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    Trying to bypass vats ohm meter read 11.81 but of course there's no resisters that measurement I'm confused on how to do this can some one please help do I buy two resisters can it be close but not exact to 11.81 or is this an inaccurate reading also the resisters came in all different types some had a k some had a m and some had nothing after the ohm also they were all different watts
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    ok i think by what i have read so far that i have key #15 now i just need to know what kind of resisters to buy. It looks like the ones with K is what i need but how many watts and how close to 11.8 do they have to add up to if i use more than one resister? has anyone with a #15 key done this before lol .....

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    you want them to add up to as close to 11800 ohms as possible. Quarter watt resistors are fine. Read through this thread....a lot of good info in there. Get gold band resistors to keep your tolerance down.

    How to Bypass your VATS

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    Wire them in series.

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