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Brake controllers with a custom fit wiring harness for your Ford F-150 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%> Ford F-150s, allowing for simple plug-and-play installation.
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Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2006 Ford F-150
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2011 Ford F-150
Today on our 2011 Ford F150 we're going to review and install the Tekonsha Voyager Break Controller, part number 39510. We'll install this in conjunction with the Tekonsha direct fit wiring harness, part number 22292. Now here's what are break controller will look like once it's installed. Here on the drivers side is the hand dial that will need to be rotated so the mark and slot are straight up and down setting the level portion of the potentiometer inside the break controller. The dial on the passenger side will allow us to adjust the gain or maximum output going to the trailer breaking. When our trailers plugged in the light here at the top will go green to indicate that we have our connection. When it's disconnected the light will out indicating no trailer connection.
Today on a 2011 Ford F150, we're going to review an install. The Tekonsha Power Trek Electric Brake Controller, part number 39523. We'll be doing this in conjunction with the Tekonsha Direct Fit Wiring Harness, part number 22292. Here, on the right side of the brake controller, is the film wheel that allows you to change the gain. The gain is the maximum tensity in which power will be applied to our trailer braking. On the left side is the hand sweep, or thumb wheel, that allows you to manually apply trailer braking to the rear of the vehicle. Now, with our trailer not connected, you can see the indicator light is off. Once we connect our trailer, you can see the green light comes on, indicating that the trailer has been connected.
Today on our 2011 Ford F150, we're going to review and install the inaudible 00:00:05 P2 brake controller, part number 90885. This will be installed in conjunction with the inaudible 00:00:12 direct-fit wiring harness, part number 22292. Here's what our brake controller is going to look like, once installed. With one light here, it's indicating that it has power, and it's ready to be used. The blue button over on the passenger side of our brake controller, will operate the boost functions. We have boost, boost 1, 2, and 3.
Today on our 2011 Ford F-150 we're going to review and install the Tekonsha Primus IQ Brake Controller, part number TK90160. We'll be installing this in conjunction with the Tekonsha Direct-Fit Wiring Harness, part number 22292. Here's what our brake controller looks like once installed. We've got this single light on, which indicates that we have power going to the brake controller. Two dots here at the bottom of our display screen indicates not only that we have power, but the boost function is on. The boost function can be changed using the blue button here on the top of the brake controller. There are a total of 4 boost features.
Today on 2011 Ford F-150, we're going to review and install the Hopkins inside flex-mount trailer brake controller, part number HM47297. We'll be doing this in conjunction with the Hopkins direct fit wiring harness adapter, part number HM47845. Here's what our inside brake controller is going to look like once installed. We've got our display screen here, mounted at the top of the dash, and our manual brake controller, mounted here, close to the steering wheel. Because of the flexibility of these 2, they can really be mounted anywhere as long as the driver can see and use the manual brake controller. Another really nice feature about the inside brake controller is the multiple functions that it has. We can set it up for 7 separate trailers or boost functions.
Today on our 2011 Ford F-150, we're going to review an install of Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Brake Controller, part number 90195. This will be installed in conjunction with the Tekonsha Direct Fit Wiring Harness, part number 22292. Here's what our brake controller is going to look like once it's installed. We press a button, it'll go through a few of the options. Here we can set the power going out to the trailer. If we want to minimize it so it doesn't get a hundred percent power, we can take it down; or if we got a heavier load and we need to increase the power, we can go up.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2014 Ford F-150
Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we'll be installing the Takonsha Voyager Brake Control for 1 to 4 axles, part number 39510. We'll also be using the etrailer ETBC7 installation kit for brake controllers. With our power hooked up to our battery and our trailer hooked up to our brake controller, you can see we have a green light there. That means we have power going to our brake controller. This is our pendulum adjustment so when you level out your brake controller, you'll adjust that, and your power adjustment is on the side here. When you use your manual override, it will go from green to red so you know it's working. As you see, our truck is equipped for a 4-flat here on the back of the vehicle, and it is in a bracket. We're just going to go ahead slide that out of the bracket and tuck it behind our hitch, that way we can start to install our 7-way plug.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 Ford F-150
Today, we're going to show you part number 51110 from Curt. This is the Venturer Trailer Brake Controller. Now also to help us with our install, because our brake controller is going to plug in to the factory tow package port underneath the dash, we'll be using part number C51436. This is the Curt Custom Wiring Adapter for Trailer Brake Controllers. Here's the brake controller we have mounted in our truck. We'll go ahead cover some of the features and controls. First off, this is your manual override on your trailer.
Today, on our 2013 FordF150, we'll be installing the Voyager brake controller, Part Number 39510, in conjunction with the Tekonsha plug-and-play adapter, Part Number 3050P. Now, to begin the install of our brake controller, we'll first need to locate the manufacturer's brake controller port. If you look underneath the dash here, above the gas pedal, you can find the gray plug. It's taped to the manufacturer's harness right next to the OBDII port.Now we'll remove the tape by just using a utility knife to cut it free. All right, now that we've located our manufacturer's tow port, we'll need to remove the protective cap. We'll press on the locking tab and slide the cap off.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20461Order #TC0761711308 Today on our 2013 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Cab, we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 trailer brake controller, part number 90885. In addition to the brake controller, we're also going to be installing the Tekonsha Tow Ready, plug-in wiring adapter for electric brake controllers for Ford F-150s, part number 22292. Now, we did not currently have a trailer hooked up to our vehicle. We'll go ahead and slide the manual override. You'll see that it reads NC for not connected. We'll go ahead and now plug in our trailer to the rear of the vehicle. Now, we can go over some functions of the brake controller.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2005 Ford F-150
Today on our 2005 Ford F150, we'll be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Trailer Brake Controller. Part number 90195 with wiring harness, part number 3035-P. First we'll point out the connection to the factory wiring harness. Now that we've located our plug, there's normally a grey plastic cap that covers it - in this instance there's not. We'll take our new wiring harness from our new brake controller, plug it into the factory connector. With the wiring in place, we'll mount out bracket, in this case we're mounting it about halfway up the kick panel under the steering wheel. To mount it we use the two self-tapping screws that came included with out kit. Now that our bracket's in place we'll take the mounting clip for our brake controller and we'll screw that in using the included machine screws that came with the kit. Now that the brackets mounted, take our wiring harness, plug it the back of the brake controller and set our brake controller up in place.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Ford F-150
Today in this 2012 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Cab we're going to install part number 90195. This is a Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller. All right now to help us with our install we're going to use part number 22292 from Tow Ready, the plug-in wiring trailer adapter. All right now we're actually going to start off with our adapter plug first. Our tow package port is right here, go ahead and release it from the tyrannical bonds of the electric tape. Now we need to remove this cap, just push down this tab right here, and your adapter cord will plug right in place. We'll leave it alone for now.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2000 Ford F-150
Today in this 2000 Ford F150 were going to install part number 90885 the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Brake Controller. To start work, well go ahead and locate the port for our wire harness to fit into. Its right next to the diagnostic port underneath the dash. Well take our wire harness, part number 3035-P, well go ahead and take it and plug into the port.Now take our cable, and well go ahead and run it to the edge of the dash on the other side of the diagnostic port. Well let it sit there for now. Then well find a location for our pocket to hold our brake controller.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2004 Ford F-150
Today on this 2008 Chevrolet Silverado were going to install part number 39510. This is the Tekonsha Voyager Brake Controller. Couple of things to know about this brake controller; first off, were working with an older version of it. The old version doesnt have the port on the end of the wires. Not to start off well go ahead and look for the two package wires underneath the dash of our truck. Well look up underneath there and we should see a blue wire, a red wire, a white wire, a light blue wire with stripes and an orange wire.
Today on this 2012 Ford F150 were going to install part number 90185, the Prodigy brake controller. Were also going to use part number 22292 from Tekonsha. This is a Tow Ready plug in wiring adapter for electric brake controllers. First off well go ahead and locate the port for our adapter cord. Its underneath the dash right next to the diagnostic board. Well go ahead and cut the tape away from it and pull it loose.
Today we are working on a 2004 Ford F-150. We are going to be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller, part number 90885-3035P. Our first step in installing our brake controller will be locating the plug to plug our connection into on the manufacturer side. Here, up under the dash above the brake pedal, there is a gray plug that will match up perfectly with our wiring harness. Now that we have our wire harness connected to the manufacturer harness, we are going to go ahead and mount our brake controller. 0:36
Diagnosing a Brake Controller Problem
Alright, today on this 2009 Ford F-150 we are going to diagnose a brake controller problem. Now we can use these steps on any brake controller that is on the market to verify if it is working or not. Now our brake controller is already telling us that it has an error message. It is flashing an Er on top. Usually it means an internal problem. We tested our trailer so we know it is good. So, it is not that. So first off we will make sure we have a constant 12 volt power supply. We will check the black wire first. OK, we are good there. Now we will try our red wire for our brake signal. OK, that is good there. Now we will try our blue wire and that will be our output. So we should have output on this wire whenever we hit the foot brake or the manual override. OK, we get nothing on the foot brake and nothing on the manual override. So definitely the error is internal and this brake controller does have to be replaced.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2010 Ford F-150
Today on this 2010 Ford F-150 we are going to install a brake controller part number 90885 the Prodigy 2 brake controller. This F-150 has a factory tow package so our connector we are going to plug into is going to be behind the computer port here off towards the center. Maybe but a few inches away at the most. It is stuck into a cap right now so there is a little button that you want to push up and disconnect it. Plug the adapter cord into it and we are going to leave that alone for now. Next we will mount our brake controller to the bottom of the dash and we are going to locate it about right here and we are going to use this bracket that comes with the kit and basically we are going to pull it over to this screw right here and we will just use the screws that came with the kit and drill right into the plastic and it will be just fine. 00:50
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2001 Ford F-150
Today on this 2001 Ford F-150 we are going to install part number 90885-3035P, this includes the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller with the Ford adapter. On the back of this vehicle we are going to install part number 118242 from Tow Ready. The first thing we need to do is find the port for the brake control package. On this year Ford it is pretty easy, right next to the data port here. Right to the left of it you can see it right here. So our adapter cord we will plug that into the port right here. Now we will plug this other half in the back of the brake controller and now we will find a spot for our bracket. A nice thing about the P2 brake controller is you can mount it vertical so you get more choices in mounting the brake controller itself on different vehicles. 00:52
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