I know the LED turn signal thing has been beat to death, but I can't figure this out... On my 2010 Scrambler, I installed 3 sets of LED signals (they are small, so I figured 2 sets up front would be good). Here's the problem: With rear LED's and no resistors and incandescent signals up front, everything works as it should. (I can't stand the stock front signals, though.) In the front, I have 2 pair of LED's and resistors for the left and right side (I didn't think I needed 2 resistors for each side- do I?)... with this setup, ALL the signals blink at the same time! The front signals are wired together- a pair on the left side and a pair on the right side. If I remove the front left or right pair, all signals connected will blink. I don't think any wires are crossed- I think this is all due to impedance or resistance or something like that (sadly, I was a Physics major over 20 years ago- looks like that paid off). Do you think I need to add more resistors? I'm thinking this is the case, but wanted some opinions from folks around here, since there's so much knowledge floating around the garage. Edit: Further research says that I may have to replace my signal indicator bulb with an LED one (which is fine, because I already have one- uninstalled).