I just installed a Viper remote start/keyless entry system in my car, and the system has a blue LED that's used for programming and it flashes while the system is "armed" (when my doors are locked). I mounted the light on my Schosche install face (next to the red LED if anyone remembers pics of my ash tray switch panel). Now when I lock the doors at night, the light is REALLY bright, and it blinks every second. I think that it's just too bright, and that it would draw more attention to the car than I'd want since I'm not usually around it when the doors are locked. I can't move the light from where it is now or I'd just have a big hole above the CD player, so I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on what I could do to make the light appear a little dimmer. I wondered if I could put a resistor in the LED's power line, but I don't know enough about LED's to know if that would dim the bulb or just make it not light at all. Thanks to anyone that can give me some tips.