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[MODERATOR'S NOTE: It looks like there is confusion in this discussion about whether the resistor being discussed is series connected or parallel connected. I suggest that it might be helpful in further posts on this to be more specific in clarifying this since it is central to the points being debated.]

Then perhaps you can explain to the rest of us how the 6 Ohm 50 watt 
resistors sold by Superbright can load the stock flasher 
module to work with LED turn signals, or why they get hot in the 
process of doing so, and yet do not draw any current? Does this heat 
come from the ether?

A resistor across an otherwise open or high impedance circuit will 
increase the current flow, the extent of which depending on the size 
of the resistor.

Marty Galbreath

> >
> Your completely wrong here. Electronics repair is one of the 
things I do
> for a living.  Resistors limit voltage and current, not increase 
> The higher the resistance, the less current flow the resistor 
> For instance. a 1k ohm resistor at 12 volts will only pass 12mA of 
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