Depends on your state. The norm is White light to the front and red to the rear. I dont think youll have a problem keep the old ones around in case you do get stopped!Installed 57 LED reverse lights(looks really nice)...installed LED rear blinker lights and it flashes much faster then before. any reason why? the rears I got in super white anyone have any problems with the law? since there not amber anymore.
This is just an opinion, MKR, worth no more than what it's going to cost you. Whenever I see a car with the fast-flash signal lights, I can't help but think, "If he didn't know what he was doing, why didn't he get someone to help him pick out the right replacement bulb." It's just wrong, and you don't want someone thinking that about your car, do you?Is it going to be a problem if I don't install the 3 ohm resistor?
Excellent info!!Fast flashing means a bulb is burnt out either front or rear, this is by design Putting in LED's makes a incorrect amp draw load on the flasher circuit causing fast flash to happen , system thinks a bulb is out. Contact the led manufacturer for a load balanceing resister.