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Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional

Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Kathleen M says:

Yes, if you:

  • Have a large camper or newer brakes on your trailer and want to avoid any premature wear
  • Tow your trailer occasionally or just for short trips

No, if you:

  • Have hydraulic brakes on your trailer
  • Switch trailers or vary the load on your trailer often and would get frustrated by not having a preset option or number to guide you
  • Like having a clear indicator of the settings like you'd see with an LED screen
This proportional brake controller is designed to keep towing simple. Includes an LED braking indicator, a slide-bar manual override, and a knob to adjust braking power. Mounts easily within a 90-degree vertical range. Great Prices for the best trailer brake controller from Tekonsha. Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional part number 39510 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Tekonsha Trailer Brake Controller

  • Electric
  • Proportional Controller
  • Tekonsha
  • Indicator Lights
  • Up to 4 Axles
  • Under-Dash Box
  • Dash Mount
  • Manual Leveling
  • Up to 90 Degrees

This proportional brake controller is designed to keep towing simple. Includes an LED braking indicator, a slide-bar manual override, and a knob to adjust braking power. Mounts easily within a 90-degree vertical range.


  • Brake controller activates trailer brakes in proportion to your vehicle's braking action
    • Automatically adjusts trailer's braking based on deceleration of tow vehicle
  • Simple controls keep your settings within easy reach
    • Gain setting lets you adjust the amount of power sent to the trailer's brakes
    • Slide-bar manual override allows you to control trailer sway or stop in emergencies
    • Sensitivity knob lets you set initial braking power and aggressiveness for smooth, safe braking
  • Green LED on the top of the module monitors a secure connection with trailer
    • Glows red to indicate that trailer brakes are being activated
  • Quick and easy installation with included bracket and hardware
    • 90-Degree vertical mounting range - must be horizontally level and parallel to direction of travel
    • Plug-in, vehicle-specific brake-control adapter (sold separately) available for select vehicles to reduce installation time


  • Application: trailers with up to 4 axles (8 brake assemblies)
    • Compatible with electric brakes only
  • Dimensions: 5" long x 3" wide x 1-1/2" tall
  • Mounting: between -20 degrees and 70 degrees in the vertical plane
  • 5-Year limited warranty

Power and Sensitivity Adjustment

Once the brake controller is installed, you can use the knob on the right side of the unit to adjust the gain (also known as output). Gain lets you set the maximum amount of power that will be applied to your trailer's brakes. You want to set it as high as you can without locking up the brakes. Typically, this setting is only readjusted when you experience changing road conditions or if you switch over from a heavy, loaded trailer to a much lighter, empty trailer, or vice versa.

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You can fine-tune the gain by adjusting the sensitivity of the internal sensor using the knob on the left side. This controls the aggressiveness of your trailer's braking, meaning how quickly the brakes reach the maximum braking level. You can adjust this when you're towing heavy loads and you need more umph to bring your trailer to a stop. Your tow vehicle doesn't need that much power to brake in time, but your heavy trailer does. A high sensitivity level will get the braking power to your trailer brakes faster and with more intensity so that it doesn't push your tow vehicle forward.

LED Indicator

Keeping with its simple design, the Voyager will not overwhelm you with information. An LED indicator on the top of the unit lights up green to show that your trailer is securely connected to your tow vehicle. The LED indicator will change to red when the brakes on your trailer are activated.

During installation and setup, this light is also used to ensure that the Voyager will be able to function correctly. Proper leveling of the internal sensor is crucial to the operation of this brake controller. When the sensor is level, the LED will change to a shade of orange.

Simple Installation

The Voyager is designed to be mounted in your cab at a vertical angle that is between -20 degrees and 70 degrees. The brake controller needs to be horizontally level and parallel to the direction of travel in order to function properly.

Correct Voyager mounting90-Degree Voyager mounting

To connect the Voyager, hardwire the included harness to your vehicle. For a plug-and-play installation, a vehicle-specific wiring adapter (sold separately) is available for select vehicles. One end of the custom adapter plugs into your vehicle, and the other end plugs into the controller - no hardwiring required.

Once the controller is mounted and connected, you must level the internal sensor. First, set the overall power to the maximum using the knob on the side of the controller. Then, while pressing the tow vehicle's brake pedal, adjust the level knob on the other side of the brake controller (this is the same knob that is used to fine-tune the power output) until the LED monitor is a shade of orange.

Installation Accessories

See also's exclusive 7- and 4-way brake-control installation kit (ETBC7 - sold separately) if you don't already have a 7-way plug at the back of your vehicle.

Note: If a custom brake-control wiring adapter is not available for your vehicle, one of the following will be required:

20-Amp circuit breaker (9506P - sold separately) for 2- to 4-brake applications

30-Amp circuit breaker (38630 - sold separately) for 6- to 8-brake applications

Proportional Braking

What is proportional Braking

The Tekonsha Voyager brake controller comes equipped with proportional braking to give you the best towing experience. Proportional braking means that your trailer brakes mimic your tow vehicle's brakes. If you slam on the brakes in your vehicle, your trailer brakes will activate with the same intensity; if you brake lightly, your trailer brakes lightly too. The trailer's braking is in proportion to your vehicle's braking. This saves wear and tear on the tires and the brakes on both your vehicle and trailer.

The Voyager uses a pendulum system to sense how your vehicle is braking so it can send the right amount of braking power to your trailer. It measures the inertia of your tow vehicle and activates the trailer's brakes to slow at the same rate. The result is uniform braking across your towing setup. No push-pull action - just smooth, proportional braking every time.

9030 Tekonsha Voyager Electric Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional

Item # 39510

Installation Details 39510 Installation instructions

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Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional - 39510

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (651 Customer Reviews)

This proportional brake controller is designed to keep towing simple. Includes an LED braking indicator, a slide-bar manual override, and a knob to adjust braking power. Mounts easily within a 90-degree vertical range.


The Tekonsha Voyager trailer brake controller works well in my 99 Silverado 1500, which was easy to setup for my trailer. The option to allow for different settings of aggression for the trailer braking has allowed the stopping with different loads to be graceful with the turn of a knob. Decided to install the controller in CD storage with velcro for a nice look. Easy access when in place during use for easy observation and twicking during operation. The wife can assist with the twicking while I am driving. Excellent product!

The Voyager unit has been working flawlessly this past year. Excellent product that keeps on working!
Gary P - 12/27/2021


etrailer makes the purchase easy. I have always used Tekonsha Voyagers, and on my new truck (2015 Silverado) I also wanted the convenience of having the plug and play wiring harness. etrailer had exactly what I needed and was very easy to find on the website. Installation was flawless and clean thanks to the good hardware supplied. Very excited to put some trailers behind the truck with the stopping power confidence that comes with the Voyager.

Working great! The mandatory leveling process was successful and the unit functions as intended.
Corey M - 09/23/2021


This was an easy install on my 2019 GMC truck using the appropriate wiring adapter. Instructions for setting up the control were clear. After a few adjustments my trailer brakes worked as they should. Minor adjustments of the controller are needed from time to time, but overall the controller is reliable. Good value.

The brake controller continues to function without issue.
Jake - 08/21/2022


Not even 2 years after install all rusty. Electric brake pin broke due to rust.
Impossible To remove 4 bolt holding connector due To rust. I do not recommend


Completely plug and play installation and works flawlessly, very happy with this unit. I also ordered the exact harness for my 2005 f150 with tow package. Here are a couple of hints that may be helpful. My installation also required a 30 amp cartridge fuse to be installed in the fuse panel in location #105(electric trailer brakes) under the dash on the passenger side. I also installed a relay in location r05 (trailer tow battery charge) but I don't think this is needed for the controller to function. I still had the original trailer brake kit and it had the additional fuse panel instructions and the relay. The owners manual showed where the 30 amp fuse and relay plugs in. You cannot test this unit until a trailer with brakes is connected, ie the led will not light up until it senses a brake circuit.


This is my second Tekonsha; I had to replace my 10-year old one after I accidentally broke it.

This one is a bit of an upgrade, and is easily able to lock up the disc brakes on my 15,000 lb trailer. Adjusting it properly, I'm able to brake as though there were no trailer at all. Set it, and forget it. It doesn't get any easier than that.


Good break controller. I used it in my new 2022 Chevy Colorado that did not come with a break controller. On my truck it does require purchasing a separate plug / harness and wiring it into the truck. Then you plug this into the other harness.


The product was easy to install with the help of the F-250 adapter. I followed the direction and the product worked just as it was advertised from If I had to give the Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Break Controller a star rating from 1-5, I would give it a 4.5.


Last year I traded my Silverado for a Yukon to tow my 21’ camper. The hitch tube was integrated into the Yukon bumper and those 20” wheels raised the tube height 7”. I purchased your 13” drop shank to level my hitch/camper connection but experienced trailer “sway” because of that long shank. I fabricated a set of “sway bars” to tame that movement. Now I can tow my camper safely. Thank you for making this long drop shank available for taller tow vehicles!


Installed in my 2018 Silverado Custom. I ordered the additional wiring harness and the install took less than thirty minutes. Plug and Play at its simplest. Thank You etrailer.


Difficult to adjust. It would grab too hard, so I would adjust the power and/or level down, then the trailer was pushing me. Adjust up, then it grabbed too hard again. After a few months of very light use, it started grabbing very hard even with the power and level turned way down, although that may have had something to do with the fact that water got into my 7-way plug and made the controller come on when nothing was connected. I strongly recommend upgrading to the primus or other model with digital voltage display and boost function. I have a primus now, and it performs much better.


Received this yesterday and was able to install it today. Instructions were very easy to follow and the only problem I had installing it was contorting myself to install the bracket. Once I got the bracket in place the rest was a piece of cake. Went for a test drive as the instructions suggested and did have to tweak it a little but it's doing exactly what I expect it to do. I'll be hauling a John Deere Tractor and wanted to make sure the brakes on the trailer worked.


Very easy to install. Mounted on lower dash and ran the harness under dash tucked away with some zip ties. Everything was plug n play into factory harness on a Nissan Titan So far works as should , have about 20 hrs trailing use. I would buy again

Works great used every weekend trailering race car make sure to get harness w controller. Very easy to install plug n play Nissan Titan
William - 10/26/2021


I've put a half dozen of the Voyager controllers in different trucks over the past twenty years, the only controller I will use. They're great.


Plug 7 play, works great!

Still working great
Mike - 10/20/2022


Installing in AM


Provides braking as advertised. The mount is a bit obtrusive and permanent. If you're looking for a smaller form-factor or the ability to move between vehicles, look at more expensive models.


Controller is large and in this vehicle there is literally no good surface to mount as required. Some heavy duty double-sided tape would be helpful which is what I will buy to try to mount somewhere where I won't hit it with my foot.


This installation is in a 2010 Ford F-150 Lariat
The installation was very easy. It helps to have a 90 degree screwdriver to install the
screws on the right side. The screws will install easier if you install them first, remove them
and re-install after the bracket is installed on the vehicle.


I was looking for a basic controller to activate the trailer brakes on my Rockwood 276HW pop up, after spending an excruciatingly stressful weekend adjusting brakes/bearings. I found it w the Voyager which, with the previously reviewed harness/connector, attached to the built in connection on my 2020 Tacoma flawlessly. A no-surprise product with the installation made easy w thorough instructions. Brakes work great. Very happy!


Installed easy and works great!


Wasn't a replacement as much as a new install but worked perfectly on my 203 Avalanche after finding the right video which explained the additionally connection near the fuse box.


I pull a small camper with a VW Touareg. The electronics in the T'reg don't play well with top of the line brake controllers. I spoke with the Tekonsha rep and he recommended the Voyager.
The Voyager is a very simple controller, easy to install, and works well. I don't miss the fancy display.

Still works great. Pretty much set and forget.
JCS - 07/14/2017


I have a 12 ton backhoe pro trailer it has 4 short axles 2 on each side. It does not have dual wheels. It has 8 wheels with 8 sets of brakes so I needed a controller for 4 axles. This controller has worked well the settings are a little touchy but it works great. My truck is a 4 speed and i usually have the controller set so if I let off of the gas like coming to a stop the controller slows the whole rig without touching the brake. I like the indicator light to see what it is doing and that it is connected right


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    Yes. On the Tekonsha Voyager Brake Controller, # 39510, the green LED monitors a secure connection with the trailer and changes to red to indicate an increase of power to the trailer brakes. So as long as the trailer is connected to the towing vehicle, the green light on the brake controller will be on. I have included a link to the installation details for reference.
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    The ABS light does not affect the function of the Voyager brake controller because the wire from the brake pedal switch is not part of the ABS system but part of the vehicle stop light system. The brake controller not locking the brakes could be caused by several problems. I will outline a few here for you to check out. First I would check the trailer wiring. Make sure the wires to the brake magnets are grounded to bare corrosion free metal part of the frame and that the power wire connections...
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    I contacted our representative at Tekonsha about installing the Voyager 9030 Brake Controller, part # 39510, on your 2007 Mitsubishi Canter with 24 volt system. There is actually a technical bulletin on how to install a brake controller on a 24 volt electrical system. You will need to go purchase a 24 volt relay from a local parts store in your area. First, you will connect the White ground wire of the brake controller to the negative terminal of the first battery. Then you will connect...
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    There are several possible causes leading to the light not coming on and the brakes not working when you step on the brake pedal. First and probably most likely, is a blown stop light fuse. Consult the vehicle owners manual and/or the lid on the power distribution box for the location of the stop light fuse or CHMSL fuse to see if it is blown. Also check the red wire leading to the brake controller. Test it with a circuit tester like # 3808 if needed. If it shows power when you step on...
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  • Why Does My Brake Controller say it is Connected to a Trailer when I Test the Output Circuit
    If you are referring to the green light that indicates a trailer is connected, its normal as long as there is not a trailer plugged in while you were testing. When you hook up the test light you are basically putting a small load on the circuit which is tricking the controller into thinking that there is a trailer connected to your vehicle. You should try connecting your vehicle to a trailer and see if it works correctly. I would imagine that it should work fine for you. If I misunderstood...
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    Has the controller ever worked properly, and the malfunction came up recently, or has it never worked? I would recommend you begin by reviewing the wiring connections, especially the red wire. The red controller wire should be connected to the cold side of the brake stoplight switch. The circuit you tap the red wire into should ONLY show voltage when the brake pedal is pressed, not when the headlights or the turn signals are activated. My suspicion is that this wire is tapped into the...
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    The way that a brake controller determines if a trailer is connected is by sending a small amount of power back on the blue wire. This is normal and it sounds like your controller is working properly. If there was a lot of power, more than a few volts or more, that could indicate a problem with the controller. I have included a link to troubleshooting trailer brake controller installations that might help should there be any issues. If you connect the trailer and the brakes are NOT engaging...
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