2013 Civic HF. Just installed LED turn signals front and back with resistors over the weekend. They function properly and look good. I like LED's instant light up compared to halogen's breathing feeling. I believe this can do better grabbing other drivers' attention and with the added extra brightness, ultimately improve safety. However, since then I've been thinking about the specs of the standard 6Ω resistors: is 6Ω the correct resistance for Civic turn signals? I've looked up the original bulb specs in the owner's manual: the rears are 21W, and fronts are 28/8W. So assuming the circuit provides standard 12V, the resistor itself consumes 24W, already over the original rear bulb. Adding that by my LED bulb's claimed 8.4W (rear, can't find the number for front but they are the same series so shouldn't be too far off), the whole setup on one side draws over 54% more current (0.95A) in the rear, and about 16% more current (0.37A) in the front. I know 1.32A, or for arguments sake 2.64A for both sides in the worst case scenario, doesn't seem that much of a deal. But does anyone know if this is going to have any long term negative effectives on the circuits? After all, it's like it's driving an extra half of a high beam 60W bulb blinking when I turn my hazard lights on.