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Brake controllers with a custom fit wiring harness for your GMC Yukon 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%> GMC Yukons, allowing for simple plug-and-play installation.
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Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2010 GMC Yukon
Today on our 2010 GMC Yukon, we're going to be showing you how to install the Tekonsha Voyager. This is a proportional break controller that works great for 1 up to 4 axles. Part number is 39510. We're also going to be using the Trailer Mate universal wiring harness. This offers a 12 inch long pigtail part number is TM75127. The Voyager is a proportional break controller.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2009 GMC Yukon
Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the TekonshaProdigy P3 trailer brake controller. This is proportional, good for one up to four axles. Part number is 90195. Here you can see fully operational. We've got our power settings here, so we can go from fourteen and it's adjustable by the tenth of digit all the way down to zero. We can really fine tune this for drivers, driving conditions or road surfaces. We're also going to have our warning that you see here.
Male: Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Tekonsha Primus IQ Trailer Brake Controller. This is a proportional controller that works from 1 up to 3 axles. It's part number is TK90160. Here's what the Primus IQ is ultimately going to look like once we get it installed. If you can see, we've got a single red dot right here. That indicates that we've got power to the unit. If we go ahead and hook up the trailer what we're hoping to see is this switch and show a small "c". With the "c" being displayed that means that the brake controller does recognize our trailer.
Today on our 2009 GMC Yukon, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P2. This is a proportional trailer brake controller good for one up to four axles. Part number is 90885. Now when we plug in our controller, we want to see the lights come on indicating that we've got power. We can run through our functions here. As you can see, we've got an n.c.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 GMC Yukon
Today under this 2013 GMC Yukon, we're going to show you the the Hopkins InSIGHT Flux-Mount Trailer Brake Controller, part number HM47297. All right, this is what the brake controller looks like when it's installed in a typical application here. Actually with this brake controller you can mount it in a variety of different ways. In fact it has 3 different . Gets mounted in 3 different places if you want. We got our hand control right here.
Today on this 2013 GMC Yukon what we're going to show you is the Tekonsha P2 Brake Controller, part number 90885. This is what the brake controller looks like once installed in a typical location. Now, a location can be anywhere on the vehicle as long as our the brake controller is in a straight line and doesn't have much twist to it. We can rotate this in a 360 degree range of motion. Right now if we look at our display we have a C for connection, a little dot here, shows that we have power going through the brake controller. A second dot here shows our boost setting. A boost setting is controlled by this button right here, boost 1, boost 2, boost 3, and no boost at all.
Today a 2013 GMC Yukon. We're going to show a Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller, part number 90195. This is what a brake control looks like installed in a typical location. We'll go ahead and cover some of the features. First off, it comes with all the brackets needed to install. We have our two-piece bracket here and here and plus, our brake control is easily removed from that bracket. Simply unsnaps and if you want, disconnect right here by pulling up on this tab and then you can have it out of the way and trade it between vehicles if you like. Put this guy back up into place.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2007 GMC Yukon
Today on our 2007 GMC Yukon well be installing the Tekonsha Brake Controller part number 90885. Keep in mind this setup is for a vehicle equipped with the manufacturers 7-pole. First, well go ahead and identify the manufacturers wiring that well be connecting to. As you can see here there is a red wire with a black tracer which would be the manufacturers power wire, a light blue wire with a white tracer which would be the brake switch signal circuit, a dark blue wire which will be the power feed to the 7-pole brakes and then a white wire for ground. Lets go ahead and pull them free from the manufacturers harness now. Now, we can go ahead and mount the brake control bracket.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2008 GMC Yukon
All right today, on this 2008 GMC Yukon, were going to install part number 90885 from Tekonsha. This is a Prodigy P2 Brake Controller. A little prep work before we get started, were going to take the wire harness that comes with the brake controller and add some bloom loom material to it which is part number 459075-1. Well use about 2ft of it. And then we went ahead and added the butt connectors to the end of the wires. We used the bigger yellow ones for the heavier gauge wires and the smaller blue ones for the ladder gauge wires.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2001 GMC Yukon
Today we are going to install a brake controller on a GMC Yukon, a 2001 model, and we are going to be a brake controller using part number 90185. And we are also going to be using adapter part number 22283. All right, we are going to mount our brake controller on the bottom of the dash. And there is a steel component that is going all the way across. We will go ahead and mount to that. What we will do is actually take the bracket, find a position we like, and go ahead and clamp it into place. All right, we are going to use some self-tapping screws instead of the screws that came with the kit it is a little bit easier to drill into the metal. The screws that come with it are actually designed for plastic.
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