first thing you have to do is cure you hyperflash....you can do this by going to an autoparts store and get a ep28 tridon 3 prong flasher (15$).
first locate your stock flasher, its the middle relay in the set of 3 relays you can see by removing the cover for the side hole in the dash. push it away from you to unmount it then remove the green clip safe and unclip it.
now you must disassemble the stock flasher and new flasher.
for the stock one you will need two small flat heads to stick on the sides of the panels you can twist the flat heads to pop up the circuit board (dont worry about damaging it you wont need the stock one and the case will only be used.)
this is a pic with the board popped and ready to pull out
i then placed some adhesive weather stripping in the bottom of the OE relay case to hold the new board sturdy since it will not clip in.
now lets disassemble the new relay this one is much easier, you just pop the side out and pull the board right out.
new and old
now go back to the car, plug the new relay board into the connector like so
then slide the case onto the board and clip it in.
and finally place green safety clip back and put the relay back on the mount....done, bye bye hyperflash and no hacking up the wires to place resistors in.
now for the sidemaker flash delete.....i chose to do this because there are 2 type of switchback 3157 bulbs: one flashes between amber/white, the second ones which i have, only flash amber and the white comes back on after signaling has ended. with 6k switchbacks and 194 sidemarkerbulbs i had an issue i still got the white/amber look due to the interchanging flash between the two. so i had 2 options to run an amber 194 or find a way to make the sidemarker only act as a running light and the whole purpose of getting the leds was to have all 6k lights no amber unless i was signaling so i chose to find a way to remove the sidemarker flash. this is how you do it
first remove the headlight and unclip the main harness.
next locate the blue and brown wires neighboring each other terminals g and f. in order to fix the flash you need to move the blue wire "g" to terminal f. now you can easily just cut and splice for you lazy people but i chose this method
i first uncliped the wire separtor first, used a small flat head to pop the male terminals out of the harness clip, you can do this by pushing it through the center hole on the metal terminal from the inside like this.
next pry up the crimps on the brown wire and slide the silicone back, then cut the blue wire and slip it through the silicone and strip the blue wire after getting it through, then crimp the silicone back down with both wire in it and make sure the stripped blue wire is sticking out so you can solder it to the metal terminal. and finally bend the small retainer pin on the connector up, you can do this by pushing up on it from the bottom and clip it back into terminal F. clip it back in and put the separator back on and clip the harness back together
you harness should look like this when your done.
heres a video of the results!