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Not quite correct. The brake and turn signal use the same bulb filament. The other filament is for the running lights. You want the load resistor on the brake/turn signal wire, between that connection and ground.The blink rate is closer to 3X witout the resistors. Here is a quick diagram, I told you there is nothing to it, just tape up all the exposed wire from the resistors, or you can use heat shrink on them and leave about a half inch of the wore esposed in either end before you solder them on.
I do recommend solder as opposed to twist and tape.
I have to double check the wire colors, I remember purple being the turn signal wire color, if I'm wrong, I'll change the diagram.
Fixed - Thanks for pointing it out. It was late and I was tired, sorry about that.Not quite correct. The brake and turn signal use the same bulb filament. The other filament is for the running lights. You want the load resistor on the brake/turn signal wire, between that connection and ground.
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