Brake Controller for Dodge Durango
Brake controllers with a custom fit wiring harness for your Dodge Durango make trailer towing safer and installation easier. We offer high quality controllers in both time-delay and proportional models, from manufacturers such as Tekonsha, Hopkins, Valley, and Draw-Tite. Brake controller wiring adapters are available for most <%=fMake%> Dodge Durangos, allowing for simple plug-and-play installation.
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Brake Controller Installation - 2000 Dodge Durango
Today on this 2000 Dodge Durango, we are going to install part number HM47294-47755 from Hopkins. First off, we will go ahead and show you where the port is for the adapter cord that goes between the vehicle and the brake controller. First off, we need a little bit easier access to the port. So what you can do is actually put your finger behind it and be very careful, but you can push it towards the back of the vehicle and pop it loose from its clip that holds it in place. And then you can plug in the brake controller cord. Plug the cord into it. Then we will take the rest of this and route it up over to the other side. We will route it up over the data port cable and the hood release. And what we are going to do is mount our brake controller to this flat surface right here. It comes with these little set screws right here. Let us go put our bracket up here and just run it straight to the plastic. 0:58
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2005 Dodge Durango
Today we are going to do our install on a 2005 Dodge Durango with the tow package from the factory, and we are going to install Part Number 90185, the Tekonsha Prodigy brake controller. And we are also going to install the accompanying brake control harness for the Dodge tow package, and that is Part Number 3020P. To begin our install, we will start with the bracket to hold our brake controller. And that is actually pretty easy. There is already an existing screw underneath the dash, and we are going to use that. We use a torx bit and we are going to go ahead and take that down. Then we run our bracket right back through it, and we are going to overlap so it will sandwich the plastic back up there like it was originally.