Before I begin I want to state that I didn't take many pics while disassembling my car. I do apologize but I will use pics that I have taken to illustrate some of the steps within the DIY. Also my approach was to use T-taps although it looks a lot better if soldered, I didn't have a soldering iron in my possession.
Things That You Will Need:
1. 1157 Switchback LED's from IJDMTOY or VLEDs. Ones that I purchased are here: https://store.ijdmtoy.com/ProductDet...ED_1157_SKU_3E
2. 6 Ohm 50W Resistors (2 resistors needed). Purchased here: 6 OHM 50W 2 BULB LOAD EQUALIZER RESISTORS LED TURN SIGNAL BLINKER FIX | 1 PAIR
3. T-taps or a soldering iron (4 T-taps if this method is taken)
5. Wire strippers
1. Disconnect the Negative battery terminal by using a socket wrench. (10mm)
2. Remove the factory intake by using a socket wrench. (10mm)
3. Disconnect the power from the headlamp by removing the headlamp connector.
4. Locate the turn signal bulb housings (looks like white fish tails) and remove them.
6. I started with the passengers side first.
8. I Didn't memorize the colors of the wires behind the connector. Make sure your connector looks identical to the position as the picture is taken and Pin #1 & Pin #8 will be easily identifiable. At this point your side repeater on the passengers side mirror will hyper-blink. (The side repeater and our turn signals are wired in series, so they will both hyper-blink at the same time if a resistor is not present.) If you wish to test the resistor to make sure everything will work correctly feel free to reconnect the Negative battery terminal; using your wire strippers, remove 3/4" of the rubber shielding on each end of the resistor and place one end into Pin #1 and the other end into Pin #8, (polarity DOES NOT play a factor while doing this.) You should right away see the side repeater blink at a normal rate.
10. Test the passenger side turn signal and no hyper-blink should be present if the wires are crimped down properly. 11. Repeat for the drivers side. Again make sure that the headlamp connector is facing the same was as shown in the picture and you will know where Pin #1 and Pin #8 are. Good Luck.
Here's a pic of the mounting location: