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Hey! I saw your thread on e46fanatic and had a few questions about what you said. I just installed my eagle eyes LED tail lights on my 2000 323i and my dashboard warning lights are on for my tails being out.
In the thread you mentioned to simply add '6ohm 50w resistor' to it. I am kind of confused how you do this. Do I need to splice wiring somewhere or how do I "add" the resistance back into the circuit? Where am I "adding" them to exactly so I can supply it with the proper wattage? Also, Where can I buy a pair of these resistor units? Thanks so much! Sending a copy to your user page as well. Thanks!