Today on this 2010 Toyota Tundra we are going to install part number 90885-3040P. First thing we will do is show you where the port is on the vehicle, this has a factory tow package. It is going to be underneath the dash on the left hand side. First thing we are going to do is plug the adapter cord into the factory port right here. Next, we are going to take our ground wire and ground it to the piece of sheet metal right here next to this fastener. :31
Then we will take our cord and route it behind the dash and over to our location where we are going to install our brake controller. We will let that sit for now. There is not much room to install the brake controller. This is because we can not do anything in this area here because that is where the air bag is. So what we are going to do is mount it offset. We will mount it to the flat spot here on the plastic. Make sure there is nothing in the way. We will have the bracket offset this way. 1:08
Now when we install this we are going to use just one side of the bracket. We are going to put our screw on this side and this side to help hold it up. Now that a second to set your brake controller up, make sure it is straight and aligned with the vehicle. Then we will use the other screw to help set it in place. Now we will plug the adapter cord into the back of the brake controller and then install the brake controller on the bracket. Snug up the screws. 1:56
Now this is tight quarters, what you can do is use a bit and a 1/4 inch wrench on the end to help you get a little extra torque in. With that, our brake controller is already installed. There you have it for part number 90885-3040P.
Today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra, were going to install the Prodigy P2 Brake Controller, part number 90885, and we are also going to use the install kit part number ETBC7. So our first step involved is to go ahead and remove the factory four pole wiring harness, and we are going to mount our 7 pole bracket to that. There are two screws we are going to remove right here, remove the bracket from the four pole as well. Were going to remove the two Phillip screws to free up the bracket from the four pole, there is one here and one on the other side. Now our 7 pole bracket just barely misses the two mounting holes on the factory bracket, so what we are going to do is actually drill these out to 3/8ths of an inch. They will get pretty thin on the side here, but it will be enough to hold everything together, it will be almost factory when we are done.
Today we are going to install on a 2007 Toyota Tundra and we will be installing the brake controller part number 39519 the Tekonsha Prodigy. We will also be using part number 3040-p from Tekonsha which lets you plug into the factory tow package in the vehicle. We begin our install by finding a spot to mount our bracket onto. Just go ahead and put it up there and see if you like it as a nice place to put a brake controller. It should give you a pretty good idea of how it fits. Makes sure you can access the thumb wheel on top. Seeing the LED screen is equally important. Now that you know it is in the correct position you can go ahead and mark the holes before you drill them. Now we will go ahead and drill out our holes after we have marked them.