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Brake controllers with a custom fit wiring harness for your Ford Van 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 Vans, allowing for simple plug-and-play installation.
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Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 1998 Ford Van
Today on our 1998 Ford Van, we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Trailer Brake Controller, part number 90885. In conjunction with the brake controller, we're also going to be using the Tekonsha Plug-in Wiring Adapter for electric brake controllers for Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles, part number 3035-P. In conjunction with this installation, we'll also be using a couple of other parts, one of them is an adapter 4-Pole to a 7-Pole and 4-Pole from Hopkins, part number 37185. As well as a 6 and 7-way trailer connector mounting box for round and square tube trailer hitches from Draw-Tite, part number 18159. Now due to the size of the hitch that's on this vehicle and not a good area to mount the 7 and 4-Pole, we're going to go ahead and use the 6 and 7-way trailer connector mounting box. To do this though, you'll need to get some different screws because the 7 and 4-Pole plug that we're using is a little bit wider than what the box was intended for. It comes with some self-tappers but we want to add and we ended up having to use just some screws and nuts in them to tighten it down.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2002 Ford Van
Today on our 2002 Ford E350 Super Duty Van we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller, part number 39510. We'll also be installing the Tekonsha adapter plug for Ford vehicles, part number 3035-P. Here's the bracket and here's our Voyager brake controller. We're going to go ahead and kind of just test fit it up here underneath the dash to find a good place. Right here there's a little metal bracket that comes down that we'll be able to screw our bracket into. We'll just line it up and see if that's going to work.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2004 Ford Van
Today on this 2004 Ford Van, we're going to install part number 90885 from Tekonsha. This is a Prodigy P2 Brake Controller. Now alos, we're going to use part number ETBC7 to install this. We're going to start off with that part number first. We'll take the 4 pole to 7 pole adapter, and we're going to attach it to the gray cable that comes with the kit. We're going to connect the black and white wires to our blue and black wires on the adapter.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2006 Ford Van
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20625Order #TC0683184558 Today with this 2006 Ford E350 van we're going to install part number 90885. This is the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 trailer brake controller. I'll also be using two other parts to help us with our install. We'll be using part number ETBC7, and also universal mounting bracket part number 18136. We'll start off with that part number first. This is our bracket. We'll go ahead and install it from the backside, the lower inaudible 00:33 hitch.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2000 Ford Van
All right today on this 2000 Ford van were going to install part number HM47297 just a Hopkins Insight Flex Mount trailer brake controller. Okay first thing we need to do is go ahead and find the location of the brake controller itself. In this case were going to be underneath the dash, on the drivers side, right behind the brake pedal.To mount our brake controller we need to make sure that the sticker side is towards the inside wall and that the cables are pointing towards the front of the vehicle. That ensures that the brake controller is positioned in the correct way.To install this were going to loosen up the wire harness thats behind the brake pedal. Well pull it up and out of the way and then itd be a good idea to do a test-fit to show where our brake controller will fit.All right, once we know where its going to go, well go ahead and clean up the sheet metal behind it. Well use adhesive to help hold it in place. Now well set our brake controller to the side and then were going to use an adaptor cord to plug into the vans tail package port.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Ford Van
Today on our 2012 Ford Van well be installing the ETB C7 brake controller installation kit, part number ETBC7 in conjunction with the Tekonsha P2 brake controller, part number 90885-3034P. The first step of our install will be installing the seven pole bracket onto our new seven pole. Well go ahead and use the hardware provided with our installation kit. Well drop the screws through the seven pole and then secure them with the nuts on the back side and tighten them down. Next we can then go ahead and secure the seven pole bracket directly to the bottom of the bumper using some self-tapping screws. Before I feed the wires over the hitch Im going to go ahead and use some black electrical tape to wrap them up, to help in protecting the wires and cleaning up our installed look.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 1997 Ford Van
Today on this 1997 Ford Van Club Wagon were going to install part #: 90885 from Tekonsha. Well also use part #: 3035P also from Tekonsha for our adaptor that goes to the factory port thats located in the van. First thing well do is well go ahead and locate the port thats underneath the dash of the van. Itll be located off to the left hand side behind the parking brake. Well plug in our adaptor cord and then well find a location to mount our bracket for our brake controller. Now to locate our brake controller bracket on the left hand side of the dash just blow the headlight switch.
Brake Controller Installation - 1995 Ford E-350 Van
Today on this 1995 Ford e350 van, we're going to be installing the prodigy brake controller with harness part number 90885-3035p. With this Ford van having a pre-existing brake control plug in for it, we're actually starting our install off underneath the dash and we want to go ahead and locate that port, now if you go and locate the brake pedal and just over to the left here, taped to the main firing lead is our grey port for our brake controller. From there we just go ahead and take our brake control plug and go ahead and install it to the brake control port in the van. Alright the next thing we're going to do is go ahead and determine where we want to go ahead and mount the brake controller. So we're going to look for a flat surface here that's not angled too much and part over here to the right of the steering column looks like a good spot. I think we're going to go ahead and mount it in this area right here and we'll go ahead and use the provided hardware to mount it.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2004 Ford E-450
Alright today on this 2004 Ford E450 thats an RV, were going to install a brake controller part number 90915. We will be using an adapter cord 3035-P, and on the back of the vehicle well be using 4 pole to 7 pole adapter part number 37185, and also a bracket to hold everything together 118140, and with these parts well fill in the gaps that are missing on part of this tow package. Okay we are going to start off by working on the rear of the RV and working our way forward. What we are going to do is actually remove the 5 pole connector that is located on the hitch right now. Were going to disconnect that and add a new connector to the back of the vehicle, and that part number will be adapter part number 37185, and we will also be using an adapter bracket part number 118140, and we will start with that part. This is the adapter bracket; we are going to mount to the bottom by clamp to hold it in place.
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