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Universal Installation Kit for Trailer Brake Controller - 7-Way RV and 4-Way Flat - 10 Gauge Wires

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etrailer Accessories and Parts - ETBC7

If your vehicle already has a 4-way flat, this kit includes everything you need to install an electric trailer brake controller and 7-way connector. If there's not an existing 4-way flat on your vehicle, you can purchase one separately.

Features:

  • Kit includes wiring and accessories required for installation of a trailer brake controller (sold separately) in your vehicle
    • Designed for use on a vehicle with an existing 4-way flat trailer connector
  • 25' Long, 10-gauge duplex wire is wrapped in an abrasion-resistant cover
    • Connect one wire to the blue wire on the brake controller
    • Connect one wire to the positive post on the vehicle's battery via the included 40-amp circuit breaker
  • Pre-wired 7- and 4-way trailer connector mounts easily at rear of vehicle with included bracket
    • Plugs into existing 4-way trailer connector on vehicle
  • Heavy-duty circuit breakers - (1) 20 amp, (1) 30 amp, and (1) 40 amp
  • Circuit tester helps you find the stoplight switch wire above the brake pedal
  • Also includes hardware for installation:
    • Ring terminals for battery and breaker hookup
    • Quick-splice wiring connectors
    • Self-tapping screws
    • Zip-ties
    • Wire loom for a professionally installed appearance


installation instructions linkInstallation Details

Note:

  • No existing 4-pole connector: If your vehicle does not already have a 4-pole flat trailer connector installed, the etrailer.com application guide can be used to find the easy-to-install connector made specifically for your vehicle.
  • Extra-long vehicles: If you drive a crew cab, extended cab with long bed, cargo van, or extended-length SUV, 10' of extra wire (ETBCXW - sold separately) will make installation much easier.

7-Way and 4-Way Trailer Connector

Picture of included 7 pole and 4 pole trailer connector

Wiring Diagram for Trailer Brake Controller Installation

Wiring diagram of brake controller installation


ETBC7 Universal Installation Kit for Electric Trailer Brake Control - 7-Way Blade and 4-Pole Flat - 10 Gauge Wires







Video of Universal Installation Kit for Trailer Brake Controller - 7-Way RV and 4-Way Flat - 10 Gauge Wires


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Video Transcript for Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2005 Acura MDX

Today on our 2005 Acura MDX well be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller part #: 90885 in conjunction with the e-trailer ETB C7 brake controller install kit part #: ETB C7. To begin our install well first locate the four pole trailer connector. Its already mounted on the vehicle. Its stored here in the rear cargo area. Well need to rout it outside the vehicle. To do this were going to go ahead and remove the rear threshold.

To remove the rear threshold well remove the two push pin fasteners and then get underneath the threshold and pry it up being careful not to break the fasteners underneath. Next well locate the grommet here underneath the threshold. Well go ahead and remove the grommet and take the four pole connector and feed it inside. Now well get underneath the vehicle and remove a secondary grommet where we can now locate the four pole and pull it through the holes. Now with the four pole connector routed outside we can begin installing the new seven pole connector.

Well take our seven pole and seven pole bracket, feed the bracket over the wiring and bring it up to the face of the seven pole. Then, using the hardware provided by our install kit we can go ahead and secure the bracket to the seven pole. Next well take the four pole and mount it to the side of the seven pole bracket. Next, well take the seven pole bracket and mount it to the Tow Ready no-drill mounting bracket part #: 18140. Now were ready to secure the seven pole bracket to the hitch.

Well use the worm gear clamp provided to secure the bracket directly to the hitch. Put the bracket into position noting that we turned the bracket upside down to fit this application. Put the worm gear around the hitch and bracket and go ahead and tighten it down. Next, we can take the four pole connector coming from the back of our seven pole and the four pole thats already mounted on the vehicle and connect the two. I recommend to use some Edelman dielectric grease in between these two connections.

The Edelman dielectric grease part #: 11755 will help prevent corrosion in between your electrical connection points. Now as the two four poles are connected well go ahead and clean off any of the extra dielectric grease and smear it into the bud connectors for the blue and black power wires. Additionally to secure these two four pole connectors together well take one of the black zip ties from our install kit and wrap it around the four poles and then cut off the excess. Next, well take the gray duplex cable, well strip back several inches of sheathing and then strip back two wires. Now we can connect the white wire to the blue wire from our seven pole connector and the black wire to our black wire coming from our seven pole connector. These two wires will be routed to the front of the vehicle and up into the engine compartment. The black wire will be power for our seven pole and the blue wire coming from our seven pole connector that attaches to the white wire in the gray duplex cable will be the hot lead for our trailer braking system. Now with all these connections made well go ahead and take some black electrical tape and wrap up our connection points to help keep out the dust, dirt, debris and moisture. Next well need to ground the seven pole connector. Well take the white wire with the pre-attached ring terminal and use the manufacturers welded nut here in the bumper structure. Now with our ground secured well go ahead and start routing our grey duplex cable. The help us rout our gray duplex cable were also going to use Redline metal loom clamp part #: A0500 and a self-tapping screw and secure it here, at the rear cross member. Remember, when routing your wires stay away from moving components such as the steering or suspension, or excessive heat such as the exhaust. Also keep in mind, as we rout our gray duplex cable well use the black zip ties provided with our install kit to secure our wiring. Now that weve got the gray duplex cable run to the front well need to run it to the top of the engine bay. To assist well use a pull wire or in this case a piece of air tubing or a stiff piece of wire to rout it up through the engine bay. Then well connect the tubing to our gray duplex cable with some black electrical tape and pull it to the top of the engine compartment. Now well go ahead and get back underneath the vehicle and to clean up our install look well cut off the excess from the zip ties. Well also need to reinstall the manufacturers grommet that we removed to run the four pole that was already previously attached to the vehicle. To do this well take our side cutters and cut a slice in the grommet. Then well slide the wire into the slice and reinstall the grommet. To prevent any intrusion from the outside of the vehicle we recommend to seal up this cut with the Loctite RTV gasket maker part #: LT37467. Well go back to the inside of our cargo area, cut a slice in the interior grommet, reinstall it and reinstall our threshold. Well go ahead and close the rear cargo cover and rear hatch. Now well move to the front of the vehicle where weve got our gray duplex cable. Well go ahead and secure it with a black zip tie, measure our wire, our approximate length needed to run inside the vehicle and cut off the excess. Then well go ahead and strip it back as well take the white wire and run it through the manufacturers grommet here in the firewall so that we can ultimately run it to our brake controller. To run through this grommet well go ahead and use our utility knife and cut a hole in the grommet. Then we can go ahead and push the white wire through. Next well take the leftover gray duplex cable that we just cut off and rout it through the grommet as well to feed power and ground to our brake controller. Now lets go ahead and move inside the vehicle. Well need to remove the underbody panel here for the dash. Well unlock it, pull it down, remove the two electrical connections by pressing on the locking tab and then removing the connectors from the socket. Once thats done well remove the underbody panel and set it aside for reinstallation later. Now well go ahead and locate the gray duplex cable and white wire that we ran inside the vehicle. Now well go ahead and mount the brake controller bracket using the hardware provided with the install kit. Well go ahead and take the brake controller pigtail and the red wire from our pigtail that will need to be secured to the manufacturers brake switch power. To locate this well go ahead and use a test light. Turn the key in the on position, but not starting and back probe the brake switch till we locate the wire that is only hot when the brake pedal is depressed. Now weve located this wire. There are two wires going to this connection point. Theyre both white wires with a black tracer and gray dots. To make it easier to access this wire well go ahead and remove it from the brake switch. Well press on the locking tab and then remove it. Now well need to remove the tape covering up the wires. Well use our utility knife to cut the tape and pull it away. Then well go ahead and pull one of the white wires with the black stripe and the gray dots away from the bundle and install a quick splice connector. Once we install the connector we can then take the red wire and feed it into the back of the quick splice and cramp it down. Well go ahead and close the clasp and then tape up the wires. Once we do that we can go ahead and reinstall the connector back into the brake switch socket. Next, well take the white wire that we ran, coming from the back of the seven pole connector and attach it to the blue wire from our brake controller pigtail. Well go ahead and cut to length as needed, strip it back and add a yellow bud connector. Then well take the blue wire from the brake controller pigtail and secure it to the other end of our bud connector. Now with the red and blue wires connected from our brake controller pigtail well go ahead, strip back the gray duplex cable and strip back both wires inside. Then we can match color for color, black to black and white to white for the brake controller pigtail using the bud connectors provided with our install kit. Next, with all our connections made well want to wrap up our connection points with some black electrical tape, keeping out any dust, dirt, debris or moisture. Then well go ahead and take our black electrical tape and wrap up the brake controller pigtail which will help bundle up our wires and help clean up our install look. Now with that done well go ahead and take our brake controller pigtail, feed it up through the brake controller pocket and install it into the back of the brake controller. We can then drop the brake controller into the pocket and lock it in place. Next, well take the zip ties provided with our install kit and secure our wiring up underneath the dash. Cut off the excess from the zip ties to clean up our install look. We can then reinstall the interior panel we removed earlier. Well now move back to the engine compartment. Well take the black wire that we ran with the gray duplex cable and rout it over to the drivers side fender well. Here well mount a 40 Amp breaker thats provided with our install kit using the self-tapping screws provided with our install kit. Now with our 40 Amp breaker mounted well go ahead and mount a 20 Amp breaker for our brake controller. With both breakers mounted well take the black wire that we ran from our gray duplex cable, strip it back and add a small ring terminal and then add it to the silver side to the 40 Amp breaker, securing it with the star washer and nut. Next, well take the gray duplex cable that we ran inside for power and ground for our brake controller and rout it over and past our breakers and ultimately to the negative battery cable. There we can go ahead and cut off the excess from the gray duplex cable, strip it back so that we can rout the black power wire to our 40 Amp breaker and the white wire to the negative battery post. Once we have the white wire routed well go ahead and strip it back and add a large ring terminal. We can then remove the nut on the positive battery post terminal, install the ring terminal and then re-secure the nut, completing the ground for our brake controller. Well back to the power wire that we ran inside that gray duplex cable, strip it back, add a small ring terminal, sliding it over to the silver side of our 20 Amp breaker and securing it. Next well need to make two hot leads for our breakers. This will go from the copper side of our breakers to the positive battery post terminal. Well take the leftover black wire from our gray duplex cable to make these two hot leads. Well strip back one end adding a small ring terminal and then secure it to our 40 Amp breaker. Ill then rout it over to the positive battery terminal where I can cut off the excess and add a large ring terminal. Then taking the leftover wire, well strip it back again, add a small ring terminal and add it to the copper side of my 20 Amp breaker. As I rout this wire well also secure our wires with the zip ties that are provided with our install kit. Once we complete the routing well go ahead and strip it back and add a large ring terminal. Well then remove the nut on the positive battery post terminal, install our two ring terminals and then re-secure the nut. Well go ahead and cut off the excess from our zip ties to clean up our install look and this will complete the installation of the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller part #: 90885 in conjunction with the e-trailer ETB C7 brake controller install kit part #: ETBC7, Tow Ready no-drill mounting bracket part #: 18140, Edelman dielectric grease part #: 11755, Loctite RTV gasket maker part #: LT37467 and our Redline metal loom clamp part #: A0500 for our 2005 Acura MDX.




Customer Reviews

Universal Installation Kit for Trailer Brake Controller - 7-Way RV and 4-Way Flat - 10 Gauge Wires - ETBC7

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating4.7 out of 5 stars   (411 Customer Reviews)

If your vehicle already has a 4-way flat, this kit includes everything you need to install an electric trailer brake controller and 7-way connector. If there's not an existing 4-way flat on your vehicle, you can purchase one separately.


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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Penguin09/12/2013


Overall the kit is a nice package and it was great having an installation video for my vehicle which made installation much simpler than trying to figure it out with an instruction sheet. The negative issue I had with this kit was the quality of the small self tapping screws and the bolts and nuts that mount the 7-Way Trailer Connector to the hitch. I had 2 of the self tapping screws' heads snap off while attempting to mount them to the inside of the engine compartment. The two nuts used for the bolts to attach the 7-Way Trailer Connector were bad - one wouldn't screw onto the bolt and one stripped as I was tightening it. The installation videos are awesome because it is so much easier to watch the instructions rather than read them. There were a couple of issues with the installation video for the 2008 Hyundai Entourage. The first issue was the narration in regards to the installation of the circuit breakers. The narrator stated that the 20 Amp Circuit Breaker was installed on the rear firewall. He then stated to run the power wire from the 7-Way Connector to the breaker mounted on the rear firewall, which would have been the 20 Amp breaker. The 40 Amp circuit breaker is the correct circuit breaker used to connect to the power wire to the 7-Way Connector. I would recommend anyone watching the videos to just double check with the installation instructions to verify that you install the kit correctly. The other issue I had with the video was what I believed to be a bit misleading. The installation video showed the installation of a rubber grommet in the hole that is drilled out near the brake pedal. Maybe it is just me, but I had watched this video a couple of times before I ordered the ETBC7 kit and assumed that the rubber grommet would have been included in the kit, but it is not. It would have been nice if the video made a statement about purchasing the rubber grommet separately. Unfortunately, I had to stop in the middle of installing this kit to run to the auto store to purchase a rubber grommet and then to the hardware store to purchase stronger bolts, nuts, and self tapping screws. Not a huge deal, but it was an inconvenience. I did appreciate the super fast shipping and the good prices that etrailer.com has to offer. The free shipping is really nice, too. Etrailer.com, I hope that you don't think I am slamming your company, because I am not. I just wanted to give a fair and honest review for my purchase and experience with your product. 99715






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: matt02/24/2014


product was excellent and COMPLETE. everything you need with very DETAILED directions. i also ordered the prodigy P2 to complete my install. both were excellent and very recommended. only modification was on the actual plastic cover on bumper, i cut away minimal pieces with razor knife for perfect fit. you can look at all the pics to check out install. I took advantage of the reverse light wire and put LED light bar on back of trailer. i made one email to e trailer for exact numbers for my make and model. the response was pretty impressive. Full detail with pictures and product numbers all set up so all i had to do was press order and pay for it. This is how american companies are supposed to be ran......I LOVE IT!!!! 117533






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ryan H.08/06/2014


Thanks eTrailer.com! My wire kit arrived with all of the necessary parts very quickly! Using your install video helped to make my install a breeze, Thank You for the install videos! The video was easy to understand and I was able to buildup on it a little. I tried to wrap the wires at the engine from the frame to the battery with protective sleeve for a little added protection. Also, I would like to recommend adding an additional ring terminal with the kit... I ended up clamping on onto the ground for the wire harness of the brake controller only to realize the cable was too short. I ended up needing 1 extra but a trip to the part store did the job! Thanks again! I look forward to seeing how my weight distributing hitch is going to work now :) Ryan Denver, CO 144786






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Tod09/10/2014


Worked great, easy install. I have the factory tow package w/ my 2012 JK Wrangler but it comes with a four way plug. My camping trailer doesn't exceed the 3500 lb towing capacity but it does have the 7 way plug plus I wanted to run trailer brakes. This kit has it all and the video on etrailer is the way to go. I took my laptop to the garage with me and went step by step with the video. Wiring was installed in 30 minutes and another 15 for the trailer brake controller. Everything works perfect. Here are the only two pointers I have. You might want to watch the intall video first. I was knee deep into install and the video instructions said "Now is when we run the wire from the battery back to under the dash for the brake controller, here is the wire we have left and it's not long enough, you need to order part # ........" which is extra wire. That would have been nice to know before starting. They did they same thing with a nut to ground the ground wire to the neg side of the battery. He got to that part and it said "Now is when we ground to the battery using the factory screw, you will need part # ......." which is a 2 cent nut. Why they included everything needed and didn't throw in a 1/4 nut that coust pennies I don't know but of course I was almost done and didn't have an extra nut. Everything worked out because the extra wire I had was long enough to reach under the dash and I grounded using the factory post and nut on the battery. Just beware they say to order certain parts after you have started and say you will need extra zip ties, etc... Watch the install vid first to make sure you have everything extra. Not complaining. Once again works perfect and easy easy install using the video. Don't try it with the paper intructions. I bought the Tekonsha 90195 P3 Electronic Brake Control to go along with this kit. 150532






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Dan H03/25/2014


Re: Install on a 2000 Chevy K3500 LS Full size Pickup 4x4 This Kit and instructions are very handy and included just about everything you will need. You may need an additional 25' or so of 12g wire, per directions to run Brake Controller + Power and - Ground to battery. This info is specific to the above vehicle. Trying to even see or much less reach the brake pedal switch or wiring, and work on it, even with removing all dash panels is a no go. Per help I received from etrailer support, there is a small white wire going up the steering column in a large bundle of wiring. What I found: The Left side of bundle has the smaller gauge wire that is only hot when brake pedal is depressed. (There are 2 larger gauge white wires on right side of bundle, not them) Here's what I did: remove plastic panel below steering wheel, 4 screws at bottom edge and spring clips across middle upper part, pull out slowly and gently. Remove emergency brake handle by pushing in on plastic clips on either side. Then turn clip on cable retainer so cable can go out thru it. Remove heater hose to vent of panel by twisting, pulling down gently. Remove metal panel under center of steering wheel, 2 screws, and push heater tube out of that. Possibly remove large metal panel surrounding that - 4 screws, easy. Use included test probe to verify small white wire is cold until brake depressed. Clip ground wire to flange of metal support tube, gently push test probe tip into wire. Gently cut and peel back rubber boot and possibly a tape wrap to get good access to wire. Attach splice wire that will go to Red wire on Brake Controller. Tape splice and re wrap up the wires and boot. Put back together. 122183






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Glenn03/24/2011


The brake was mounted as shown in my pictures. Even though my 2008 Acadia did not have the towing package, the connector is there for the brake and by using a female push to connect crimp on I was able to use the connector to get my brake signal. See the picture of the connector. The battery in my Acadia is not under the hood but behind the passenger seat in the floor and therefore is a bit more of a challenge to run the power wires to. I have attached a picture of the battery bay and how I mounted the circuit breakers. I'm not sure how it is going to be to get this battery out when the time comes but I will leave that for another day. The only negative thing I would have to say about this is that there wasn't enough of the 10 gauge wire for my install. I was about 2 feet short and had to grab some from my work. 10261






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Rob Rod03/28/2014


I previously purchased and installed the model 75517 Draw-Tite Max-Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" AND the model 118421 T-One Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector and installed them on my 2007 Dodge Nitro. I then decided that since I had went this far with towing capabilities I might as well install a Trailer Brake Controler which required a 7-Pole Trailer Connector. This ETBC7 kit seemed like the right way to go, so that's what I did and it worked out perfect. 122721






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: James D10/06/2014


Kit arrived on time and just in time for the weekend. Unfortunately giving me some work to do. I usually don't work on my cars, but felt this one was fairly simple. I already had a 4 pin setup on my FJ Cruiser and this kit was recommended by Etrailer. Installation took a few hours (Including brake controller, Tekonsha P2). I did not hurry, helped the wife with some things, triple checked my work the whole way through and had a few cold ones to battle the SoCal heat. In the end, everything worked as expected. I saved $450.00 by doing it myself and not having Ca**ingw*rld do it for me. A few things about the FJ Cruiser 2014 model with tow package (4 pin connector for lights) OEM Hitch And indeed the cold side of the brake pedal switch was Green/Yellow. The tester that came with the package helped me find this quickly. Don't go by what I wrote, satisfy yourself by verifying it, it was very simple to do. My only concern through the whole process was routing the cable from the back up into the engine compartment. Just use logic as you are routing it and also make sure to properly secure the cable so that it does not become dislodge. Mr. Zip Tie came in handy and I bought some more in addition to what came with the package as I figure if one zip tie is good, 20 more zip ties must be great. Overall I was very pleased, saved $450.00, learned something new and have a 7 pin/4 pin connector for my travel trailer 154839






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Dan B.08/16/2012


First of all, eTrailer.com is tops with customer service. I mistakenly order a 1-1/4" tube cover and the good folk at etrailer caught the discrepancy and called my to double check that I was ordering what I wanted or needed. My order shipped promptly and everything I ordered was in the package when it arrived at my door. The ETBC7 Bake Controller 7 and 4 way wiring kit, as advertised, included everything- well almost everything - I needed to install a 7 way plug while also providing a 4 way plug so that we can tow our new travel trailer with electric brakes. I say almost because I needed to round up a few extra items to complete the project. These included an extra 3/8" eye connector. The kit includes two but the electric brake controller I chose made it clear in their installation instructions that it should be grounded directly to the battery and not the body of the car. I also needed some longer zip ties than those provided. I also needed to pick up a rubber grommet for the hole I had to drill in my firewall. But, I can't imagine that each vehicle will have unique requirements beyond what this install kit provides, so I can highly recommend this kit to anyone who needs to install a brake controller. The only thing I was disappointed with was that the plug receptacle was made out of plastic. Perhaps this is best as it dose reduce weight ( a bit) and no corrosion is suppose. 51995






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Chris S02/15/2011


Somewhat difficult to install this product without vehicle-specific instructions. I installed this on a 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe and had a difficult time finding an opening in the firewall to route the cables/wires. This problem could have been mitigated with a few helpful suggestions up front. Also, mounting the breakers is difficult due to a lack of room in the engine compartment. I did resolve all of these problems, but it took the better part of 7 hours. Regardless of the problems, all of the parts were of high quality and the final installation looks good. 7196






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Scott M.03/15/2011


Installed this on a 2003 Nissan Pathfinder SE, with a factory receiver and 4 pin connector already in place. I've never done something like this before, so it took me a while - the better part of a day to be exact. The Pathy's factory 4 pin is on the driver's side, but the battery in the engine compartment is on the passenger side, in the front of the engine bay... the duplex cable supplied was long enough to make the initial brake connection inside the cab, and to the battery, but I did not have enough wire left to run the power lead from the battery to the brake controller. Also, because this was my first time doing this kind of install, I messed up a few of the connectors - the kit only has enough to make all the connections once - don't mess up, or you'll be short. I have to say though that everything supplied seemed of very high quality - I especially liked the 10 ga. duplex wire and the combo 4/7 pin box; very nice. I watched the video's of several different installs and I have to say they were super for confidence building - it really was pretty easy in hindsight, just very futzy-putzy for a 1st time installer. Can't wait now to pick up our new tent trailer next month! Overall, I'm very satisfied with this purchase - just wish I didn't have to make a 'parts run' in the middle of the install. 9415






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Sebastien L04/27/2013


Great product. Tips for Mazda 5 Owners. I own a 2008. The toughest part of the install was tapping the brake wire. Finding a way through the firewall was a challenge as well. Here are my recommendations. Brake Wire: You have a quick splice in the connector in the kit that is intended to splice the wire from the brake switch. The catch, unless you are a tiny person, this is a very hard place to get into as its tucked in above the brake pedal. The easy way, remove the door sill pannel (held in with clips) and then the trim pannel on the left of the footwell (held with a gromet). Once off you'll see a wire harness with a bunch of wires coming out. You want to splice the Yellow/Green wire. Lastly the quick splice connector in the kit is the incorrect gauge for these wires. So you either want to pre-strip the wire or find a suitable gauge one. Cable routing: You could go under the vehicle or event easier, remove the frond and back doorsills (clipped in) and you find a very easy to route trough cable through. Engine bay access: Looking in the engine compartment, bellow and to the left of the steering pump, you'll find a white X shaped plug. Twist and remove and this will give you an access right next to you gas peddle. Once I figured out all these things the install went like a charm. 78097






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Brandon P.05/27/2013


I ordered this wiring harness to install in my 2001 Toyota Tundra to go along with Prodigy P2 brake controller. I'm absolutely satisfied with the harness and how easy it made it to wire my truck so I could tow my new trailer. The kit comes with everything needed to do a professional job, and without too much effort. One thing I wish the kit came with was the rubber grommet used to protect the wires once you drill through the fire wall and a small tube of Di-electric grease. I had to run to the hardware store to purchase those items, but other than that I think I made a great purchase. The install was pretty straight forward, as I referenced the brake controller installation video several times. Without the video, it may have taken longer. I think it took me around 4 hours to install. And that's being very methodical in running the wires from the rear bumper to the engine compartment. Great job on the video guys. Without this kit I would have taken my truck in and paid someone else to do the install, so etrailer saved me about $70 in installation costs. If you're in need of a 7 pole RV harness to install a brake controller and only have a 4 pole flat on your rig, and feel comfortable completing the install yourself, this kit will do the job. Thanks etrailer. 82058






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Edward01/03/2011


Brake controller installation It took longer that it should have to connect the controller, but I was being very careful, I would check and then double check to make sure everything was alright. I wanted to do a nice clean job so I took my time. The hardest part was making sure I had the right wire connected for the brake signal to the controller, but even that was not difficult to do. I took some pictures of when I started a task and the end result. 4921






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Mike R04/23/2012


The product was exactly as it is advertized. No complaints. The only issue I had was the rubber boot on the 4 way connector that goes to the existing four way on the vehicle. My 4 way connector on the truck (2005 Ford Expedition) had a rubber boot on it as well and did not fit directly. I spoke to the sales rep Tamra regarding this and she directed me to a video showing the installation on a Ford Van. The video showed the adapter with the rubber boot sliding into the rubber boot on the Van side. Unfortunately on the Expedition, it did not fit and I had to cut the rubber boot off of the adapter to make it fit. Was not a big deal, but I would caution buyers that the boot will have to be cut on the adapter for the 2005 Ford Expedition's. It may be the same for other years and other models I am not sure. I did read about other customers who had to do similar things on different vehicles. All in All I was very pleased with the shipping time and quality. I was also very impressed with the customer service. They were very patient and understanding my questions about the product. Will do business again and recommend to others. 38095






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ray J.04/22/2012


Used to install in my 2005 Lincoln Navigator. This kit helped out a lot. I would have given it 5 stars, but had to make several mods in order for it to work! First mod was to the 4 way plug, it did not fit my factor 4way plug. So u will either have to splice the wires or cut the rubber seal from around the prongs to plug it in. Next the mounting bracket will not work on the 05/06 Navigator. You will have to cut the top mounting part off,so that it is just a flat square. The next thing is there is not enough zip ties, you will need at least 10 more. I did not use the fuses either, went with a inline standard fuse holder (30amp). When all is said and done. The wire and connectors really came in handy and the product is install. Hope the picture below will help others out because, I couldn't find any info on where to mount the 7-way. But found a creative location that still has somewhat of a factory look! 38028






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Erik Mc04/05/2014


JUST BUY THIS KIT ALREADY!! Read on.... This kit had almost everything I needed for my (new to me) 2007 Dodge Durango without the 'tow package' and I pull the heck out of a single axle '07 Fleetwood Williamsburg Tent Trailer. My aim was to have this turn out to be a professional install. The only items I needed (that the kit did not have) was a seven foot length of heavy wire required to run the ground from the brake controller (probably could have just grounded it the chassis under the dash but the paper instructions show the ground going to the battery) and an 18" length of smaller gauge wire to go from the red brake controller wire to the brake light switch wire. When the job was done everything tested perfect at the connector and It took me about 4.5 hours since I like things to look pretty everywhere. The price for everything you get in this awesome kit is well worth not having to run around and guess what you will need at Home Depot and the RV Supply store! Just buy it. I purchased the Curt Venturer Brake Controller with this kit. Thank you etrailer! 123838






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Skip08/04/2012


The service and shipping was exceptional but the product (the connector box) was disappointing. The small connector has a cover which fits sloppily and the material that the unit is comprised of is not ridged enough. I had trouble pushing the trailer connector onto the four prong unit because the plastic base was too flexible. The spring that closes the hatch for the 7 prong connector is weak and I doubt it will last the winter, we will see. There is no rubber boot or system to protect the back side where the wires enter the unit from the elements. This part faces forward and we live in Wisconsin (snow and highway salt country). I doubt the wire connections inside the unit will survive 1 year. Hope I am wrong. I will tell you however the person taking my order knew what she was doing, She was polite and a real pleasure to deal with. The order was shipped and delivered in light speed, the shipping and tracking was sent to us by e-mail, ALL way above normal expectation. I will order again from this company. 50570






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: John B08/05/2014


Great kit! I Had exactly enough of the two wire harness to complete the job on my 2013 Chevy Express. I already had the T-One 4 wire harness installed which plugged into the 7 wire receptacle nicely. I purchased addition harness conduit to cover wiring under hood and dashboard to make a clean and factory look. The local parts store had side post battery bolts with threaded attachments for the power and ground leads. The only difficult part was locating a suitable brake switch signal feed. I ended up using the aux. stop light fuse in the under hood fuse box. Well worth the money spent! 144528






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Steve F.05/27/2013


All necessary parts are included to connect virtually any electronic brake controller (not included) to the 7-pin female electrical receptacle (included). The installation videos on the website were a HUGE help, and made installation clear cut. The only complaint I have is that the long, 10 gauge duplex cable provided was about 6' too short for the route I chose to run it...especially since you are supposed to use excess pieces to run power and ground to the controller. I had to go to the hardware store to buy the additional lengths needed. Even though eTrailer did not have this in inventory, which they quickly informed me of, and the potential for a delayed delivery...they quickly got it in stock, and I received my order in 7 days. This kit is the best I could find, and not available on Amazon. I am very pleased with eTrailer's customer service, their prices, and the information they provide to ensure you get the job done right! 82068






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Wayne09/29/2012


Installed on a 2006 Honda Pilot. Excellent kit that makes up for Honda's inability to properly set up a vehicle for towing a trailer with electric brakes. The hardest part of the process is fishing the wire through Honda's convoluted system of interior panels. I wish the mounting bracket was just slightly longer and bit more sturdy, but overall a great kit. p.s. THESE GUYS SHIP FAST!!!! 56143





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Been over a year, everything still working great

Wayne - 04/28/2014

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Trevor06/23/2009


Great Product that is EASY For everything you get in this kit, its a great deal. All the connectors, wire, zip-ties and the parts to complete this job are here. The 7-pin connector replaced the blank in the bumber area for an exact fit on my 08 dodge ram. Everybody loves the 4-pin with the 7-pin. It is out of the elements of weather and you don't have to get dirty to find the dangling 4-pin behind the bumber somewhere. Resettable fuses for trailor power and brake controller. I took all of my connections and wrapped them up with a whole roll of electrical tape(not supplied) behind the bumper so there would be no water getting into the connections. The hardest thing is acually running the wire under your vehicle. I kept my wire with the stock harness as much as possible, and it kept everything out of the way and neat. Would reccomend this kit to anybody that needs a 7-pin with only a 4-pin on their vehicle. 2038






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ken F.03/09/2014


I used this kit along with the No-Drill Mounting Bracket on my 2011 Ford Ranger. It contained everything needed and all the parts seemed to be of good quality. The little test light was a nice addition to the kit and to me showed how well this kit is thought out. The instructions were clear and the video is a nice help as well. Between the two you can't go wrong. Finally a complete kit that I didn't have to make a trip to the hardware store halfway through the job! Would recommend this to anyone. Thanks etrailer! 119975






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Steve D.06/29/2012


The kit is very complete. You need some electrical tape, tools, the 4-pin wiring needs to be in place, and you need a brake controller, but the kit is very complete. I kept looking in the bag when I needed something and it was always there. Make sure you buy the quick connect bracket that suits your installation and lets you mount the assembly to the hitch without drilling. With a little fuss and bother I installed the controller under the tray in my 2008 Pilot console. There is a slotin the back to fish the wires through and everything tucks out of the way perfectly. The bracket screws to the bottom of the hard plastic tray and I stow the controller in the glovebox when not in use. See the picture. 46105






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Tad G.11/10/2013


I have never done any automotive wiring before. I bought a 1999 GMC Suburban and it had a 4 way plug on it. I ordered this kit and used your on line install video to wire the 7 way plug to the vehicle and it works great. Your install video is excellent. The kit includes everything needed and then some with a tester that is very helpful. I hooked up my travel trailer and everything works great. I look forward to trouble free traveling thanks to your quality product, help, and service. Thank you! 106876






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Rod radovanovic09/07/2013


It is very good product. The only reason I did not rate it excellent is that few minor thinks can make it that way. First, few more ties would be good to include, they are inexpensive. Second the duplex cable has a black line and white line, however it is connected to a black and BLUE line out of the receptacle and out of the brake controller. So it would be very nice that the duplex cable has black and blue line. Also, two self-threading screws should be included for the bracket installation (in the case, like in mine) when the attaching member is part of the bumper without access to its back side, there is no way to put a nut on the attaching screw. Finally, the instruction is very good with one exception. It is cumbersome and (I think) not necessary to route the ground wire from the brake controller to the battery negative terminal. It can be just grounded to the chassis. 98743






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Tyler G.08/02/2011


Installing onto 2010 Subaru Forester... Overall the kit seems reasonable; it includes all the parts necessary to wire up the brake controller. A few minor gripes: 1. For my vehicle the wires on the jack are too short -- well, some of them. The purple reverse light wire and the chassis ground wire are a perfect length, but the brake wire, aux 12v wire and the 4 pole plugs are all on the shorter side. On my subaru I was able to make most of my splices inside the vehicle's spare tire well, but just barely. 2. The butt-splice connectors were crimped onto the brake wire and aux 12v wire incorrectly. They were crimped on so far that there was no room to get a good solid crimp and connection to the 10ga wires running from the front of the vehicle. I ended up cutting them off and doing a soldered butt-splice with heat shrink wrap. 20860






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Stephan03/31/2013


Patrick My kit was very complete. Given my specific situation we had to make a few modifications or additions. After receiving my kit I opted to have a installer completed the installation. When he completed his installation it seemed he had a hard time getting everything function as it should, it was not a wiring issue as much as a plug issue. After picking up my trailer I noticed that the lights would stop working, I would stop and remove and re-plug, or would wiggle the plug around and the lights would come back on. Other than having to stop frequently driving in the dark with a black trailer and no lights is not good. My work schedule has prevented me from investigating these issues further, but they will have to be taken care of prior to any further use. I will keep you appraised of my situation. Steve 73534






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Erik N.05/19/2013


I purchased this installation kit for my 2012 Rubicon. Installation was a breeze. I am 6' 3"; so I removed the driver's door to work under the dash. The installation guide and videos from etrailer.com were extremely helpful. Routing through the frame was very simple; as all Jeeps have a tube style frame. From start to finish in less than 2 hours with hand tools. If you can crimp a wire, and run a drill- You can do this! 80930





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I, hope you can help me out, i have the 7 way wire harness from mopar, but i dont know where the blue wire need connect to, in the electronic brake control, in m 2010 sahara, there are four wire in the brake pedal, white, black, red and blue, but my question is, the blue wire from the wire harness, go blue to blue. ?????????Thank You for you help.

comment by: Aranivar G - 05/01/2014


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If you have a factory installed 7-way and a brake controller prep wiring package already in your 2010 Jeep Wrangler Sahara then yes, the blue wire that is on the brake controller connects to the brake signal wire (usually blue) on the Jeep. You can use a circuit tester like the # 40376
Circuit Tester Kit
$48.95
to make sure that the blue wire on the Jeep has signal when the brake pedal is depressed. If you do not have a factory installed 7-way on your Jeep, then you will need to use an # ETBC7
Circuit Tester Kit
$48.95
kit.l This will establish a fully functional 7-way wiring harness and has all the wiring components and functions needed for installing a brake controller. I have included links to a couple of our help articles that explain this process step by step for you.

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Bill Isles09/14/2013


This was a great package. It was my first electric brake controller wiring project. We ordered a travel trailer and I was upgrading our 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan to accommodate it. The instruction videos were clear and easy to follow. It might have been me, but only wish it would have been clear that, in order to connect the outlet to the hitch you'd need another bracket, so I could have included it in my free-freight order, but I just connected it to the bumper brace and then someday I can move it. (I don't want to pay the freight just for the one bracket). 99948






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Scott R.08/12/2014


I think this product was exactly what I needed, and it came with almost all the items needed to install it correctly. The only thing I would have changed would be to have included a grommet to go through the firewall, probably a $.20 item. I had to make a special trip to the hardware store and I would bet that most customers do not have a grommet of this size at home. I bought this kit because of the video on your website, which was extremely helpful and an exact match to my 1999 GMC Suburban. It also would have been nice to know which of the 3 included breakers (20, 30, and 40 amp) was the one to use, which the video did not tell. Minor items, but would be helpful. Thank you for filling a need with a great product at a reasonable price. 146319






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Tom M.07/24/2011


This item made installation of the Prodigy 2 brake controller to my Toyota FJ Cruiser a snap. The only controllers I've ever installed that were easier were on trucks that already had been prewired from the factory for a brake controller. Do yourself a favor and order the wiring kit when you buy your controller, you'll be glad you did. Thanks. 20121






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Mark H.05/28/2013


Your installation video for the FJ Cruiser saved my day and wallet! Excellent video instructions. P2 working great. 82112





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Still working great. Just got back from memorial day weekend in the pouring rain and zero problems with the e-brakes and controller.

Mark H - 05/28/2014

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Kelly S.05/02/2012


I bought these products and just got them. I have not installed them yet. I paid more than I could of from others. The single reason I bought from e-trailer was the very good videos on how to install these. This is a bigger deal than you might think. If these get done wrong and you cause an accident it will be very uncomfortable. I will also make some improvements along the way. I want the circiut breaker in a juntion box, the wire that runs to the flat four needs upgraded and backed up or you lose the whole system. All of these wires need to be marine grade wire so the corrosion does not crawl up the wire, it is worth it. Use marine grade crimp, solder, and shrink tube and connectors. Interesting but we are getting there. 39169






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Joe F07/16/2013


Need to add instructions. Video was a big help. Could have used 8 more feet of the 10/2 wire for my application. 89738





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A year later my instal is still holding up and the instal kit is performing as Advertised! !

Joe F - 07/16/2014

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ross C.03/17/2014


The ETBC7 is a comprehensive kit made from mostly high-quality items. Installation was straightforward and works quite well. Three things prevented me from rating this higher: 1) the printed instructions were not as readable as they could be; the connector pin illustrations are partially printed in reverse (white on black) and difficult to see under limited lighting, 2) the plastic "loom" provided to cover individual wires is not of the same level quality as other components (I replaced it with plastic spiral loom), and 3) the provide circuit breakers have non-insulated connectors that expose +12 Vdc direct from the battery (I used shirk tubing to insulate these and protect myself). 120996






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Chad M.11/04/2013


I was nervous about this project and I was so Happy with the instructions, product quality and all the videos on etrailer.com.... My 12 year old son and I took care of this project yesterday and we completed it in a couple hours... Another thing that really impressed me was the follow up after the sale... I received an email immediately following the purchase, then within minutes another letting me know that the product was in stock and ship soon and then 5 minutes later anther email letting me know it shipped. Couple days later the parts were on my door step... Great Follow up, Great product... I look forward to the next project I do with Etrailer.com Thanks 106178






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Gerry2531307/13/2013


All materials I needed was included, the instruction sheet was very easy to follow. 89437





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I Have Been Very Satisfied With ThIs Wiring Package.It Has Been Trouble free

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Frank S.06/01/2012


This kit contained all the parts necessary to complete the installation of my brake controller. The accompanying documentation and step by step instructions are excellent. There are also numerous pictures depicting front and back of plug and connector and functions of terminals. Overall, this is a excellent product and I highly recommend it. Lastly, I am pleased with my shopping experince with etrailer.com. My order was processed promptly and communication was excellent. I received several e-mails updating me on the status of my order and the expected delivery date. There was also followup after the sale to ensure I was satisfied with my purchase. 42299






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Scott L08/20/2012


Everything that was needed was in the box. Excellent video on installation and the support staff over the phone was exceptional. I thought I had an issue and called the customer service line and they help walk me thru the issue the best that they could. Once back out at the truck and finishing up the install, the issue that I thought I had was not an issue at all, it simply was a previous owner installation that was not completely removed. Someone had left the scotch lock on the brake wire next to brake switch that "appeared" to be still connected somewhere. But once I removed the old scotch lock, the wire simply fell into floor. All is well. 52426






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: mark t07/05/2013


This is my second purchase of this product.nice kits and are easy to install, simple instructions, all you have to do is read. 87756





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No problemss great

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: David P04/04/2010


Perfect- 2001 Toyota Sequoia It was a breeze to install. Great product. The one difficult thing was making sure I soldered the correct wire to the brake pedal switch. I used a hertz reader to find out the solder joint (where wire connection was on the brake pedal switch) that was providing the power and did the quick solder connection. Perfect. 2904





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I have a Toyota sequoia 2002. It has already a 4 prongs flat connector wt a female hitch. I would like to tow a light travel trailer but I need a electric brake hook up to it. My car does not come pre wired under my dashboard.i I were to buy the whole kit would it take everything I need?

comment by: Junbug - 11/22/2013


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If you have a functioning 4 pole connector, all you need to add the complete braking system will be your brake controller of choice and an ETBC7 kit. This will provide everything you need to wire up the brake controller and the 7-Way connector at the rear of your Sequoia. I have linked to a video that shows the install of an ETBC7 and Prodigy P2 controller on a 2002 Tundra. The installation should be very similar on your Sequoia.

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ben04/02/2012


This item provides everything you need to install a brake controller. I used extra zip ties to be super neat, but the amount included will get you by. There are cheaper wiring kits around, but if you add up the cost and consider the quality of this kit you'll come out on top here. Note that it comes with all the connectors you need plus three circuit breakers (not fuses). You only need two, so you'll end up with an extra 20 or 30 amp circuit breaker for something else. I installed this on a 94 landcruiser and had just enough wire to complete the job. Two more feet would have been nice, but every vehicle is different. 35888






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Mike S.07/10/2013


Great product with good instructions. If I really want to be picky there is room for some improvement. The bracket is a bit flimsy. You must hold the back of the socket when plugging in the connector or it will flex and bend. The videos were very helpful but not 100% accurate for my application. I had to bolt the bracket to the factory bracket and the holes were off approximately 3/16". Slots in place of the mounting holes with a bit more bracket width might allow various applications without modification. The instructions were not very clear on whether to use the 20 amp or 30 amp circuit breaker. Overall -- great value. 88769






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: David06/09/2014


This kit, when coupled with the great instruction video provided by trailer, was about perfect. Every part was provided, quality was good, delivery excellent. It took me more than 8 hours to install the brake controller on my Subaru but I am a slow worker. It is hard to route everything. My car and trailer are in the driveway waiting for me to test the system out. Note: if you are using a subaru OEM hitch, the No-Drill Mount Bracket, Long - 18136 is not useful. Be sure to buy 30 feet 12 gauge red wire. Lots of tape, extra wire loom, extra zip ties, dielectric grease, loom clamps with self threading screws. 134787






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Paul P.07/28/2014


This is my first experience with installing and/or using an electric brake controller so I'm by no means an expert. However, the Curt Venturer was easy to order and etrailer.com noted other parts I would need to complete the installation and use the product. It was delivered in a timely manner and was exactly as specified. I had my mechanic do the installation on my 1998 Nissan Pathfinder and it took him a couple of hours because of the age of the vehicle. The controller is easy and intuitive to set up and use and it works well. I will keep etrailer.com on my list of go-to places for my towing needs. 143220






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: ETBC7 and 9019510/13/2013


Universal Installation Kit for trailer braker controller and Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer braker contoller. Really nice! When you wire up the system and can't really test it and then drive a long distance without knowing if it will work or not when you pick up your new camper and it works perfectly! Sweeet! Being a degreed electronics engineer, I thought it strange in the instructions to run a seperate wire from each fuse to the + side of the battery when the fuses are mounted next to each other. So I connected the fuses together and ran one wire to the 12v side of the battery. Works fine... 103695






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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Richard01/15/2013


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Happy with the product. No problems

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Well lets just say that 15 minute install video does not relay the reality of the true install time. I worked from 9am until 7:30 pm and had to quit for the night. Unbelievably the hardest park was trying to locate and get to the brake peddle switch under my dash. In the instruction the video the guy just magically located the correct wire which was conveniently located. Not the real case. This morning I have to make all the power connections and try to find the correct brake wire. Hopefully it won't take all day. Other than that, the kit has installed very well. 101733






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Installed on my 2002 Tundra (no factory towing package). Used aftermarket 4-pole I had already put on vehicle. Quality materials, only missing a grommet for the firewall penetration and a ring terminal for a ground connection. Installation videos really helped and were pretty comprehensive; helped narrow down which wire to splice into at the brake switch easily. Will be used with a 14' two-axle utility trailer. P2 installed at same time. Will have to wait until pulling fully loaded trailer for final verdict, but was straight-forward installation. 58589




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  • Correct Trailer Wiring Harness for 2011 Honda Pilot
  • The Curt wiring harness you refer to, part # 56097 is an aftermarket replacement for a damaged OEM wiring harness. Since your Pilot was not equipped with an OEM wiring harness, you would need to use the Tow Ready T-1 Wiring Harness, part # 118491. If you need a 7-way connector to supply lighting connections only, part # 37185 can be used to adapt the 4-pole to a 7-way. If the trailer has electric brakes, a brake controller would need to be installed using part # ETBC7, our Brake Controller...
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  • Installing Brake Controller in 2013 Toyota Tacoma
  • It is not difficult to determine if your Tacoma has the tow package wiring in place. If your Tacoma has the OEM 7-way trailer connector installed, the vehicle is indeed prewired for a brake controller. The # 3040-P wiring harness would plug into the connector located near the emergency brake pedal as shown in the photo I edited for you. Make sure the white ground wire with the ring terminal is grounded under the dash. If you do NOT have the OEM 7-way, the plug for the controller...
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  • Wiring Diagram for the Curt 4 Pole to 7 Pole Adapter # C57674 And Wiring for Trailer Brakes
  • The wiring for the Adapter 4 Pole to 7 Pole and 4 Pole, item # C57674, is wired as follows. The white wire is grounded to the vehicle frame as you have indicated. The Yellow wire is the center pole of the 7-Way connector and is normally used for connection to the reverse light circuit. In your case you will not need the yellow wire. The blue wire is for connection of the electric brake feed wire from a brake controller. You will need a brake controller in your Sienna to activate the...
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  • Installation Instructions for the Primus IQ Proportional Braking System 90160
  • There are three possibilities for your vehicle. If you have a factory 7-Way you will be able to use the Tekonsha PRIMUS IQ Electronic Brake Controller, item # TK90160, and the Tekonsha Wire Replacement for Ford, item # 3035-P, to install the brake controller on your RV. The connector for the brake controller wire harness should be located under the dash to the left of the steering column. You will be looking for a 6-pin connector that mates to the brown connector on the # 3035-P harness. The...
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  • Location of Trailer Wiring Conections on a 2005 Dodge Durango Without Factory Hitch
  • If your 2005 Dodge Durango was wired for the factory wiring harness you will be able to use the Multi-Plug T-One Connector Assembly for 7-Way & 4 Pole Trailer Connector, item # 20135, to install a 7-Way and 4-Way connector at the rear of the vehicle. You will find the connector at the rear of the vehicle near the drivers side frame rail above the spare tire. If you do not have the factory installed tow package wiring you will need to use the Tow Ready Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring for the...
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  • Wiring Diagram for 7-Pole RV Trailer Connectors For a 1995 Ford Windstar GL Van
  • Yes, we have a wiring diagram for the 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Socket, # PK12707. I have added a photo of the wiring diagram for the vehicle side and trailer side connector for you to review and I have added a link to our trailer wiring diagrams page which has more information about trailer connector wiring diagrams for you. If you are looking to add a 7-Way RV connector to your 1995 Ford Windstar, we have all of the wiring you will need. You would start with a working 4-Way connector,...
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  • Mounting The Hopkins Multi-Tow 7-, 5- and 4-Way Trailer Connector # HM48470 On A 2010 Volvo XC90
  • The Hidden Hitch Class III 2 Inch Hitch, part # 87810, has a mounting plate on it that will allow you to attach a mounting bracket for a vehicle end connector. With the hitch installed on your 2010 Volvo XC90 the mounting plate is located to the drivers side of the 2 inch receiver opening. I am including a video of the hitch being installed on a 2010 Volvo XC90. The Hopkins Endurance Multi-Tow 7-, 5- and 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector, part # HM48470, has a mounting bracket that will bolt...
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  • Parts Needed To Install Prodigy Brake Controller on 2012 Toyota Tundra
  • The brake controller will not be a 7 pin or 4 pin, it is the trailer connector that is at the back of your vehicle that will be either a 7-Way connector or a 4-Flat connector. To use a brake controller like the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Brake Controller, part # 90885, on your 2012 Toyota Tundra you will need to have a 7-Way trailer connector at the rear of your vehicle. The 7-Way is required to give you the additional leads that are needed for the electric brakes, 12 volt hot lead, and backup...
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  • Installing a 7-Way Trailer Connector on a 2008 Chevy Express Van 3500
  • If your 2008 Chevy Express Van were already set up for trailer lights and a brake controller, it would have a factory installed 7-Way trailer connector at the rear of the vehicle or a wiring harness located inside the driver side frame rail near the rear of the vehicle. Look for a round plug with a cap. If you find this plug, you will need part # 30955. Scroll down on the product page to see what the plug on the vehicle will look like. If you cannot find this plug on your vehicle, it...
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  • Brake Controller Installation on 2011 Honda Ridgeline
  • If your Ridgeline is equipped with the factory tow package, you can use the Tekonsha Wiring Adapter, part # 3070-P to connect a controller. The presence of the factory 7-way trailer connector on the rear bumper is a sure indication that your Ridgeline is equipped with the tow package. To install the controller, simply plug the larger end of the connector into the connector located under the dash. The connector can be found taped to another harness, to the left of the steering column...
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  • Brake Controller Wiring Instructions for the Tekonsha Voyager # 39510
  • Depending on your vehicle year make and model, I will be able to provide instructions for wiring the Tekonsha Voyager brake controller. I have included the instructions for the Voyager, an FAQ article that features a basic diagram near the middle of the document, and an article on wiring a brake controller from scratch. The wires coming out of the Voyager attach as follows. The red wire attaches to the brake light switch wire that carriers a signal only when the brake pedal is pressed....
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  • Will Tekonsha Brake Control Adapter 3021-P Fit a 2011 Dodge Ram
  • The # 3021-P brake control adapter will work on your 2011 Dodge Ram as long as the truck has a factory 4-Way or 7-Way plug installed. If your vehicle has one of these factory connectors, the brake controller harness will be located under the dash on the drivers side, just left of the steering column and near the emergency brake pedal. If your truck did not come with a factory 4-Way or 7-Way plug, you would need to hardwire the Tekonsha # 90195 brake controller to the vehicle. The...
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  • Brake Controller Installation Kit for a 1999 Toyota 4Runner with Tow Package
  • Since you have an existing 4-pole connector, you are correct, the Brake Controller Installation Kit, part # ETBC7 should be everything you need to install your Prodigy P2 brake controller, part # 90885. We have a wiring diagram that illustrates the wiring of the # ETBC7 Kit, see photo at right, and installation instructions are available online, see link.
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  • Parts Needed for Installation of Electric Brakes on a Coleman Pop-Up Camper With 8 Inch Wheels
  • The 8 inch diameter wheel on your Coleman Fleetwood pop-up camper is not large enough to accept an electric brake hub and drum assembly. Seven inch brake assemblies like # 23-48 that you selected work with the Trailer Hub & Drum Assembly, item # 8-257-5UC3, which will fit in wheels starting at 10 inches in diameter. You would need to upgrade your wheels and tires to either a 5.30-12 load range c wheel and tire combination, or a 205/65-10 load range c wheel and tire to meet the capacity...
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  • Parts Needed to Add Electric Brakes to a Utility Trailer with a 3500 Lbs Axle and Brake Flanges
  • You will need several items to add electric brakes to your Carry-On Utility trailer. Starting with the trailer you will need a hub and drum that matches the bearings and seal on your trailer spindle and your wheel bolt pattern. The only way to be sure is to check the bearing part numbers and seal part number, but with a 3,500 lbs Dexter axle that has brake mounting flanges you will most likely have the # L44649 Outer and # L68149 inner bearings and # 58846 seal. If these are the correct...
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  • Location of Brake Controller Connector on 2010 Dodge Ram
  • The brake controller installation on a 2010 Dodge Ram would be pretty much identical to that as the 2009 model shown in the video. The installation port is located under the dash midway between the emergency brake and the brake pedal, just above where your left knee would be as you are sitting behind the wheel. The connector is either white or light blue in color. If you need the wiring adapter that connects the brake controller to the under-dash connector, we offer it. The part # is 3021-P...
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  • Setting Up a 2009 Ford E-350 Van without Factory Towing Package for Brake Controller Wiring
  • There are 3 options from the manufacturer for the 2009 E-350 Ford Van. Factory 7-Way trailer wiring, factory 4-Way trailer wiring, and no existing trailer wiring. I will go over all three since you did not indicate which one your vehicle has. If you have the factory 7-Way trailer wiring, you will be able to use the 3034-P wiring harness that you selected to easily install your prodigy brake controller. When looking for a port under the dash, it will be near the top of the instrument...
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  • How to Wire a 2011 Subaru Outback for a Brake Controller
  • The 2011 Subaru Outback is not equipped with an under-dash connector for installing a brake controller, but a controller can still be installed using our Brake Controller Install Kit, part # ETBC7 if a 7-way trailer connector is needed, or # ETBC6 for a 6-way connector. The install process, although a bit involved, is pretty straightforward and can be completed by the average do-it-yourselfer. We have plenty of help available online through the website, through our experts, or by phone. Other...
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  • Actual Towing Capacity of 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan without Tow Package
  • From what I have read online, the 3600 lb towing capacity is listed as the max for vehicles that have been properly equipped. What Dodge means by properly equipped is not entirely clear. It could simply mean that it has been equipped with a hitch and wiring, or it could mean that the vehicle has a transmission cooler, special gearing, heavy duty transmission, etc. What a tow package consists of varies greatly from manufacturer to manufacture, and can even vary across their product line. Your...
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  • Is the 10-2-1 Jacketed 10 Gauge Wire Stranded or Solid Construction
  • The wire in the Jacketed 2 Wire, 10 Gauge, Brake Wire, item # 10-2-1, is stranded, and designed for automotive applications. The temperature rating on the coating is 221 degrees Fahrenheit. This allows for use of the wire for up to 40 amps at up to 25 feet. This is the wire we use to wire the brake output wire and the 12 volt power wire when installing the Brake Controller 7 & 4 Way Installation Kit, item # ETBC7, and a brake controller on vehicles that do not have an existing 7-way...
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  • Parts Needed to Install Electric Trailer Brakes on a Pop-Up Camper
  • You have compatible hub and brake assemblies selected. The brake assemblies, # 23-48 right hand, and # 23-47 left hand, will mount to a 4 bolt flange that has bolt holes 2-7/8 inches apart on center. You will need to make sure your existing bearings and seal match the bearings and seal in the hub and drum you selected, # 8-257-5UC3-EZ, and that the wheel bolt pattern, 5 on 4-1/2 inches, matches also. The trailer hub and drum # 8-257-5UC3-EZ is designed for use on an EZ lube axle with grease...
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  • Trailer Wiring Harness Recommendations for a 2012 Honda Pilot Without a Factory Tow Package
  • There are a few different options that you have to install a 4-way or a 7-way trailer connector on your 2012 Honda Pilot. Option 1 would be to install the Tow Ready 7-Way Wiring Harness, # 118265, that you referenced and use a 7-way to 4-way adapter like part # PK12716 so you can connect to the 4-way connector from your trailer. The only downside to this set up is adding a brake controller. Since your vehicle did not come with a factory tow package, it probably does not have a brake...
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  • Where to find the Electric Brake Wire on a 2006 Ford E250 Van
  • If your Ford E250 Van is equipped with the under dash plug for installing a brake controller that matches the Brake Controller Wire Replacement for Ford, item # 3035-P, then the blue wire should be terminated along the inside driver side frame rail near the spare tire, at the rear of your van, see photo. Many times there is a connector there and the blue wire will enter the connection but, is not continued on from that point. You would need to connect the blue wire from the Adapter 4...
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  • Locating Brake Controller Connector on 2013 Toyota Tacoma with Factory Tow Package
  • Since your 2013 Toyota Tacoma has a factory tow package, including a 7-way connector at the back bumper, it will have a brake controller connector. While it is usually visible above the emergency brake pedal, it may sometimes be taped or zip-tied to other wiring. You can try checking further up under the dash panel. If not there, the connector may be tucked in behind the left hand kick panel. Please refer to the attached photo. The Tekonsha installation instructions for the P2,...
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  • Hopkins Trailer Brake Controller Wiring Harness for a 2012 Dodge Ram
  • For a 2012 Dodge Ram with either a factory 7-Way or factory 4-Way and a Hopkins brake controller, the correct wiring adapter is # 20273. This adapter plugs into the 4-pin connector on the trucks built-in brake control wiring harness. The harness is located underneath the dash, to the left of the steering column, taped to another harness near the emergency brake pedal. The other end has blunt cut wires that will attach color for color to the Hopkins brake controller. If your 2012 Dodge...
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  • Installing Trailer Brake Controller and 7-way Trailer Wiring Harness on 1997 Chevy Silverado
  • To prepare your Silverado for towing, you will need a brake controller, the install kit # ETBC7, and the T-1 connector, part # 118315 to tap into the truck lighting circuits. Although we offer many different brake controllers, I would recommend a proportional-type controller like the Tekonsha Prodigy P2, part # 90885. A proportional controller has an internal sensor that can detect how quickly and at what intensity the tow vehicle is braking, and will then send the appropriate amount...
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  • Parts Needed to Add a 7-Way Trailer Connector to a 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser
  • What you will need is the 4 and 7 Way Installation Kit, # ETBC7. This kit comes with everything you will need to add a 7-Way and 4-Way trailer connector to your 2011 Toyota FJ Cruiser. It also provides some parts for a brake controller. If you have a trailer that requires a 7-Way connector, it probably has electric brakes and you may want to consider a brake controller. I have included a link to an FAQ article and a link to a video that explains the installation of an ETBC7 kit. You...
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  • Wiring for Toyota 2010 Highlander with a 7-Way connector for Towing
  • You will need the Curt Class III Round Tube Trailer Hitch, item # 13534, and with the tow package you will need the T-One Connector Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector - Toyota Highlander, item # 118449. I would go ahead and install the 7-Way connector. We have the Brake Controller 7 & 4 Way Installation Kit, item # ETBC7, which includes everything needed to install the wiring for the 7-way connector, once you have the 4-Way installed. You mentioned a 5-Way connector and if...
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  • Hardwiring a Brake Controller for a 1999 Chevy Tahoe
  • Unfortunately, the 1999 Tahoe does not have the port under the dash to plug in the brake controller wiring adapter. You will need to hardwire your controller. We have a how to pagethat you might find helpful, I have linked to it below. There are wires ran from the above the spare tire to the engine compartment for the trailer brakes and the 12v trailer lead. Under the hood, these wires which are usually blue and orange, and are bundled with tape and located below the brake booster. You...
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