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0 ohm equalizer is just another way of saying 6 ohm resistor wired in parallel with the bulb. I belive you can use 3 ohm per side so you can get 2 resistors instead of 4.
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I got PIAA 1157's in the front. I got em for free and their hot so their staying.

I want to turn the side markers to turn signals with leds. I have leds in the rear turn signals. what equalizers should i get? ( the rear leds are already installed without equalizers.

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