I installed LED blinkers front and rear on my 2001 929 and the back ones blink kinda fast and the front ones don't blink but when I use a test light and test the ground wire they start to blink cause I believe it causes some resistance between the test light and the circuit i put a led resistor in line with both ground wires and they started to smoke and melt stuff I was lucky to catch it in time. they were not regular resistors though they were some little metal box's with one wire out each side and were meant to go between the Pos+ and Neg- but it didn't work that way so I connected it inline with each neg blinker and ran a neg wire to the Neg terminal on the battery and the blinkers worked then they started smoking after a few minutes even with the blinkers off and I quickly removed them. so now I'm back to the front blinkers not blinking and the back blinkers flashing fast.. Please Help! so i can get them working!! Will a new led flasher relay solve this or will i need to put a 3-8 ohm resistor inline with the ground side of the lights ?