Originally Posted by Revvv
Not hard as long as you have the correct relays and resistors.
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Shouldn't need any resistors unless it will be connected to your turn signal relay. If you connect it to the fog light switch, it should be fine. That is, assuming it does not exceed the wiring capacity. If you are wanting to wire it separate and want it controlled by it's own switch, just make sure you buy a standard type relay, not a flasher relay. I'm not sure about all flasher relays, but most are built to flash rapidly when the resistance is low, basically so you know when a bulb is burnt out. This is why so many people need to add resistors to LED lighting on cars with incandescent lighting. The easier way to handle that is to buy an LED flasher relay (no resistance relay) to replace the factory flasher relay. Then you won't need to cut wires and add resistors that get hot.