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2012 Sonata SE, 2002 Ford F150 Pick up truck, 2000 Honda Accord, 1998 Honda Civic
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Looks correct to me.
The hyperflashing is because the car thinks a bulb is blown based upon the fact that the current is less than designed (the LED uses very low current compared to an incandescent bulb). Adding the resister in parallel allows more current to pass through the control module, thereby "fooling" the computer into thinking that incandescent bulbs are installed and functional.
Check superbrightleds.com, they have relays to replace OEM which they say fix the hyper-blink effect. I've never used them, just going off their advertising.
2011 Hyundai Sonata Installation Accessories LED Replacement Bulbs | LED Lights for Cars | 12v | Super Bright LEDs
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