I recently replaced both my front and rear turn signal bulbs with LED bulbs from ijdmtoy.com which required load resistors to avoid the hyper flashing issue. They worked and looked great, so I decided to replace the reverse bulbs and brake lights with LED as well. I bought these bulbs to replace the reverse lights. I didn't think that I would need load resistors for reverse lights, but when I installed them, I noticed that they stay dimly lit all the time, only turning off after about 10 minutes when the vehicle system goes into "sleep mode" I suppose. They light up full powered when shifted to reverse. I have read elsewhere that this is because there is a weak current that runs through the circuit all the time that doesn't have an effect on incandescent bulbs, but cause more efficient LED lights to light up all the time. Does anyone know if there is a fix to this problem other than adding load resistors? I already have load resistors zip tied behind the tail light assembly for the turn signals and theres not much room to add another load resistor on each side for reverse lights as well, so I'd like to avoid that if possible. I'd appreciate any advice!