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I got a integrated tail light and the blinker is not flashing, it's stuck. Do i need anything alse on this connection? any extra piece?

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There are two ways to solve this . 1) add a resister to the left and right , ie cut and splice and solder and heat shink to both wires (uk run5 watt lamp on rear lights) us run 8 watt for rear lights. r value would be trial and error. equation would be relay wattage - lamp wattage = r / 12v. or an even easy option would be to change your relay for an electronic one instead of the resistance one you have now. this is also the same for cars when adding led lights.

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