Question: Do these have built-in load resistors to avoid hyper flashing? Fitting 4057 plug?
Answer: Instead of installing numerous resistors (which can get quite hot) make it easy on yourself. Replace the standard turn signal flasher with an electronic flasher.
I installed LED turn signals on my 2004 f250. Had a hyper flash, walked into parts store, bought an electronic flasher - all good for the past 4 years.
Question: Will it require resistors on a 2013 Silverado?
Answer: I can’t say for certain, but I would say yes. Every car I’ve put these in I’ve had to add resistors, they are cheap and easy to install! They are great bulbs btw!
Question: Will this fit my 1998 Chevy Silverado front turn signals
Answer: Depending on what base that you have on your original lights, from what I know they have the cylindrical push and twist the base and these lights are for the push-in base.
Question: Will this work for my 2010 Camaro? Its says it only works on dual-function lights
Question: Will these cause car to think that lightbulb is out? Aka rapid blink? Does Aka need a resistor?
Answer: I had no dash lights come on saying I had burnt out bulbs, I did have to add resistors to take care of the rapid flash. 2007 mustang.
Question: are these brighter than factory HID lights on cars?
Answer: Yes, much brighter! Also, keep in mind that these are switchbacks! Meaning that your running lights will be white until you got the turn signal then they blink orange after you turn the light goes back to white. You will also need to install load equalizers to prevent hyper flash. I have them in my 16 tundras and love them!
Question: Do I need resistors for a 2009 grand Cherokee Laredo?
Answer: If the Jeep didn't come with LEDs from the factory, you will most likely need resistors for the blinkers. If you have a socket that just lights up when you turn on the lights, these will work fine.