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Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional

Hopkins Agility 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 vehicle without a pre-wired plug or tow package
  • Prefer being able to override the brakes with a push of a button, rather than the typical slide lever

No, if you:

  • Like having more detailed diagnostics to help troubleshoot potential issues
  • Swap out different trailers and would get frustrated by not having presets
Simple and rugged, this proportional brake controller has an intuitive design that's easy to use. Includes a straightforward digital display, 5 levels of sensitivity, and a push-button manual override. Hardwires to your vehicle. Great Prices for the best trailer brake controller from Hopkins. Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional part number HM47295 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Hopkins Trailer Brake Controller - HM47295

  • Electric
  • Electric over Hydraulic
  • Proportional Controller
  • Hopkins
  • Digital Display
  • Up to 4 Axles
  • Under-Dash Box
  • Dash Mount
  • Automatic Leveling
  • Up to 70 Degrees

Simple and rugged, this proportional brake controller has an intuitive design that's easy to use. Includes a straightforward digital display, 5 levels of sensitivity, and a push-button manual override. Hardwires to your vehicle.


Features:

  • Brake controller activates trailer brakes in proportion to your vehicle's braking action
    • Automatically adjusts trailer's braking based on deceleration of tow vehicle
  • Digital display is straightforward and easy to read
  • Intuitive controls keep your settings within easy reach
    • Gain setting lets you adjust the amount of power sent to the trailer's brakes
    • Push-button manual override allows you to control trailer sway or stop in emergencies
    • 5 Sensitivity levels let you adjust initial braking power and aggressiveness for smooth, safe braking
  • 360-Degree vertical mounting range makes it easy to install
    • Controller must be parallel with direction of travel and horizontally level
    • Mounting bracket and hardware included
    • Pigtail harness hardwires to vehicle


Specs:

  • Application: trailers with up to 4 axles (8 brake assemblies)
    • Compatible with electric or electric-over-hydraulic trailer brakes
  • Dimensions: 5" long x 3" wide x 1-1/4" tall
  • Mounting range: 360 degrees vertically
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Adjust Settings with Simple Controls

Once the brake controller is installed, you can use the buttons on top of the unit to set the gain, 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, the gain 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.


Hopkins Agility brake controller

You can fine-tune the gain setting by adjusting the sensitivity of the internal sensor using the buttons on the top. This controls the aggressiveness of your trailer's braking, meaning how quickly the brakes reach the maximum gain setting. 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.


The manual override is within easy reach, great for stopping sway or controlling your trailer's momentum in emergencies. To engage the manual override, just press the big red button on the front of the controller. This will activate the trailer's brakes and brake lights without you having to apply the brakes on your tow vehicle, perfect for limiting trailer movement while you're cruising.


Simple Installation

The Hopkins Agility can be mounted at any vertical angle, giving you plenty of options for where you want to install it. It is recommended that you mount it in your cab at an angle that is between -20 degrees and 70 degrees to make it easier to access, and it needs to be horizontally level and parallel to the direction of travel to function properly. The Agility comes with the hardware and bracket you'll need to mount the controller in place.


A pigtail harness is built into the Agility. You can either hardwire the controller directly to your vehicle with this pigtail, or you can wire the pigtail to a custom harness (sold separately) that can be plugged into your vehicle's tow package (if applicable).


Correct Agility mounting 90-Degree Agility mounting

Installation Accessories

See etrailer.com'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: One of the following will be required to ensure proper installation:

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 Hopkins Agility 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 Agility brake controller uses an internal inertia sensor to detect 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.



47295 Hopkins Agility Proportional Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Hardwire

Installation Details HM47295 Installation instructions


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Hopkins Agility Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Proportional - HM47295

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (132 Customer Reviews)

Simple and rugged, this proportional brake controller has an intuitive design that's easy to use. Includes a straightforward digital display, 5 levels of sensitivity, and a push-button manual override. Hardwires to your vehicle.

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Overall a very good value. Instructions were clear, and it worked great for the 250 miles I've used it so far. Fine tuning was easy and it's now dialed in well. I really like the button manual control vs a slide too.

Things that could use improvement, I only took off star off for the first one:
- The side screws are not pre-threaded, and forcing a coarse thread on the sheet metal while in a cramped area under the dash was far from easy. Thread-cutting machine screws would have been far better, and pretaping would have gotten this 5 stars.
- The bracket mounting screws could have been self drilling for an easier install.
- Odd selection of crimp connectors. I actually only used the blue one because the yellow is far too large for my Ridgeline's harness. I'm not sure why it came with one splice-tap, I'd think you'd need 3 taps or no taps, but really so many trucks come with a factory harness that I don't know why anyone would need taps.

Using only the included wires and my factory harness I was able to get it mounted in the center area of my 2017 Ridgeline without cutting a hole for the wires, perfect fit!


Comments
After a year its still working great. The indicator light that shows when its connected has even saved me from potential disaster once, luckily the trailer plug just needed disconnected and reconnected.
Chris W - 11/04/2021


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The brake controller + wiring harness is a good price, but unfortunately the 2016 Subaru Forester is not factory-ready for a brake controller. Had the Subaru dealer install it, which cost $336, but I can go back to them if there are any problems and I wanted to negate any warranty issues with Subaru. Haven't pulled the Ural motorcycle on the trailer yet, so have not had a chance to fool with the power and sensitivity levels. The 7-pin hookup works fine as far as running lights, brake lights and turn signals.




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I wanted to add brakes to my VRV flyer… it’s very lightweight, but I’m pulling it with a Ford Ranger. My internet and local searches left me feeling that etrailer.com was the authority on the subject of brake controllers! Their ETBC7 install kit was VERY complete. I’m sure I saved a ton just by not having to make multiple runs to the hardware store for those items I hadn’t foreseen!
Installation of the Hopkins Agility brake controller and the 7 pin plug took me longer than it would take most… It was Texas hot, so I only worked a few hours in the AM and in the PM. I’m old… retired, and not in a hurry! Toward the end of day one, I dropped a circuit breaker down in the abyss of the engine compartment. Day two AM was spent dissembling the wheel well housing to retrieve it! I’m very pleased with the neat, clean install, thanks in a large part to etrailer.com’s vehicle specific video and their wiring diagram. I heartily recommend them!
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Excellent product, easy installation, works great. Here is a pic of the mounting spot I chose in a 2012 Ram 1500.

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Comments
I totally agree I called for a question and the lady did a fantastic job helping me figure out what I did not understand.
-- comment by: Joe H - 06/06/2015


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This brake controller works great. Glad I bought it a year ago for my travel trailer!




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Affordable and it works well. I like the proportional action and the maximum level settings. I have the same one I've been running for about 10 years now through different vehicles and it has been a reliable work horse. Highly recommend.




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Brake controller works great. Installed it on our Jeep TJ over the weekend....took my time ( that's what old retired guys do!!) and road tested it yesterday towing our new off road teardrop......No issues and the level of control options allows for adjustment to match the weight + or - being towed..... :-)




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The Hopkins Agility controller has very easy to understand instructions,along with it's hardware makes the job easy! Folks at Etrailer are a wealth of information with what else you may need to make the project effortless! They also helped out when I became close on time , by expediting the shipping!!!!!


Comments
I am still very pleased with the Hopkins Agility controller!It continues to give great service, I have recommended the device to others,along with ETRAILER as a source for great products,and service!best regards Gary
Gary K - 06/16/2014


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I have the same brake controller in 3 of my truck. Work like it should and easy to adjust.




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I installed this in my '02 Toyota Tundra to pull a 20' hybrid camper. This truck doesn't have a plug and play option so used the wiring kit etrailer sells ETB7. Installed pretty easily. The way the unit connects to the mount is a little strange and difficult unless you have a lot of room on either side of the controller to fit a socket, which I did not. The red brake signal wire was too short to reach to brake switch wire in the truck, so had to splice in some extra. I've only pulled the trailer a few miles so far, but it actuated the brakes fine, and the override switch works well too.




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I have a two axle 6000 lb 16' trailer and a 14000 lb. 20' 2 axle track loader trailer. I am using one of the two trailers a minimum of three days a week. I give this product the highest score possible. I can adjust it to any loadsize simply.




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The wiring kit I ordered and installed using the online insructions from E Trailer made installation easy. The controller works great and was easy to calibrate. I am very happy. Thanks E Trailer, you guys are first rate!!




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Excellent service, delivery was on time. Already have this brake controller installed in my truck and it works great, bought another one to install in 2nd vehicle.




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I just received the product and looking at it it's well-built not a cheap flimsy piece of junk. I'm looking forward to using this controller. your service was outstanding the first one I received was broken due to shipping. I called I got an immediate answer and one was shipped out immediately to replace I got it in time to put it on the vehicle before we left on our trip. I appreciate your excellent customer service and look forward to doing business in the future




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Products were just what I ordered, but I paid for 3-5 day shipping and received my order three days late. When I open the shipping box one of the packages had not been packed tight and had broken open, spilling the mounting hardware all over the place. Luckily all the hardware had stayed in the shipping box.




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It was very easy to install and has worked great over the last year. Etrailer had the best price and shipped in very quickly. Overall very satisfied with my purchase.




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Very complete kit makes installation very easy !


Comments
Everything working just fine, Thanks
Daniel - 01/24/2018


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Very easy installation and the product works great. Installed it on a 1998 3500 series Chevy truck and works great with our car trailer!




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Everything working well so far.very good experience working with staff and very helpful installation video.




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Everything looked to be Quality parts.

Delivery
was extremely fast.

I will definitely order my trailer parts from etrailer in the future.




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Worked as I expected. I didn't use scotch lock connector as i don"t care for them have had problems in the past.




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Awesome - Shipped super fast, everything was in the box, excellent instructions both in the box and video on web page. 15 min job on a 2011 Chevy Tahoe.




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Good price, fast shipping and easy installation!




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Great product, easy to install and has work great for the last year




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Great product works great have had no p roblems.



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  • Troubleshooting Brake Lock Up When Using a Hopkins Agility Brake Controller # HM47295
    The first thing I would do is adjust the braking power down to the point that the brakes stop locking up when you hit the brakes. You will do that by pressing the button with the minus sign on it until the brakes stop locking up. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to check out. If you have already done that then you might have an issue with the brake shoes on your trailer. For that you will want to check the adjustment of your trailer brakes. It sounds like...
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  • Hopkins Agility Brake Controller # HM47295 Reads 99 Percent Power When Brakes are Applied
    I would recommend to make sure that you have the Hopkins Agility Brake Controller, part # HM47295 mounted correctly in your 2006 Dodge Ram truck. The brake controller needs to be mounted from minus 20 degrees nose down to plus 70 degrees nose up and parallel to the direction of the travel. Next, would be to connect your truck and trailer and test drive on a dry open area at low speed (20 to 25 mph). Apply vehicle brakes aggressively. If trailer brakes lock-up, adjust down the power setting...
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  • Hopkins Agility Brake Controller Applies Brakes when Accelerating on a 2008 Chevy Silverado
    There are a couple of things you can check on the Hopkins Agility Brake Controller, # HM47295. First, make sure that the red wire is connected to the correct wire on your 2008 Chevy. The 2008 model trucks and SUVs should have the wiring for a brake controller under the dash, below the steering column, and to the left of the brake pedal. The brake controller red wire should be attached to the light blue wire on the vehicle. This wire should only send power to the brake controller and out...
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  • Hopkins Agility Brake Controller Power Set to 99 but Only Displays 15-20 When Brakes Applied
    It sounds like you will need to adjust the positioning of the brake controller and then reset it as if it were the first time it was being installed. The Hopkins Agility Brake Controller, # HM47295, needs to be positioned so that it is between negative 20 degrees nose down to positive 70 degrees nose up. It also needs to be mounted in the direction of travel meaning that it can not be turned or tilted to one side. Once you have it mounted within these parameters, you can go through the...
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  • Hopkins Reliance Brake Controller 47285 Will Not Adjust Down to 5 Percent
    I spoke with my contact at Hopkins about your Reliance 47285 brake controller only adjusting down to 10 percent and he told me that Hopkins changed their Reliance brake controllers a while back so that 10 is the lowest possible setting. Unless you have an older brake controller, 10 is going to be the lowest setting possible. Some troubleshooting steps that you can take to verify that there is not an issue is to inspect the ground wire to ensure it is clean and mounted to a good ground...
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  • Installation of Hopkins Brake Controller # HM47295 on 2007 Chevrolet Silverado New Body
    On the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado New Body they quit offering the factory brake controller port under the dash. These vehicles now have four (possibly five) blunt cut wires under the left side of the instrument panel to the left of the steering column. The wires can be identified by a white label and the color of the wires. The wire colors are (1) Red/Black wire, (1) White wire, (1) Light Blue/White wire and (1) Dark Blue wire and possibly (1) Orange wire. Red/Black wire connects to Black...
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  • Hopkins trailer Brake Controller Does Not Work When Applying the Brakes on a 1998 Dodge Ram
    Since a different brake controller works on the same wires, that indicates 1 of 2 issues. First, you may just need to clean the contacts inside the brake controller. To do this, fully apply the manual override and let it snap back into place. Do this several times to clean the contacts. Second, if the first step does not work, that would indicate there is a problem inside the brake controller and it needs to be replaced. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view.
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  • Troubleshooting a Brake Controller that Reads Voltage Output Without Trailer Connected
    Sounds like there is corrosion on the brake output circuit on the 7-way which is causing it to short out and behave strangely. I would recommend you clean the corrosion from the front and back of the 7-way focusing on where the brake output circuit is (5:00 position if you are facing the front) and see if that fixes it. It is also possible that a wire is loose or cut and that is why it is shorting out. I attached an FAQ on troubleshooting brake controller installs for you to check out as well.
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  • Does the Hopkins Agility Brake Controller have to be Mounted Level
    Yes it does make a difference. You need to have the Hopkins Brake Controller # HM47295 that you have leveled side to side otherwise it won't work right. It won't be able to sense when the vehicle is decelerating properly unless it's leveled correctly. Check out the picture I attached that I took from the installation instructions for this controller that show how it should be leveled. If the controller does not sense a trailer connection the display will be blank.
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  • No 12 Volt Power After Installing Hayes Genesis Brake Controller on 2008 Chevy Silverado
    If you are talking about the dark blue wire under the dash that is part of the tow package wire bundle, that wire is the output wire to the trailer brakes. The wire under the dash for 12 volt power is red/black on a 2008 Chevy Silverado. I have included a link to an FAQ article that should help you. It explains the connections that need to be made both under the dash and under the hood.
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  • Troubleshooting Horse Trailer Brakes that Lock Up
    Sounds like your brake controller is not setup properly for your trailer. Without knowing what brake controller you have it's hard to say exactly what would be the recommended setup procedure so instead I will give you generic setup instructions. And yes, every time the weight of your trailer changes you will need to re-setup the brakes so that the braking power is correct. Otherwise you will end up with brakes that lock or or don't function at all. As an initial adjustment, slide the...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Brakes Not Activating that are Receiving Power
    First thing I would check is the ground for the brake assemblies. It sounds like the power is making it back to the assemblies just fine, but if they weren't grounded properly your controller wouldn't be able to detect them. I would check the grounds of the assemblies, making sure that they are connected to a clean metal surface. You can also try running a jumper wire from the assembly ground to the main ground of the trailer. This is actually the preferred method for grounding brake assemblies. I...
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  • Should a Hopkins Agility Brake Controller Activate without Trailer Connected
    You definitely have your brake controller wired properly to your 2010 Toyota Tundra Crewmax based on the wires/colors you listed. Brake controllers aren't supposed to activate with the brake pedal unless a trailer is connected to the wiring. You will want to check if the controller is working with a trailer connected first. Most likely it will work just fine with a trailer. But feel free to email me back if not. I also attached a help article on troubleshooting brake controller installs...
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  • Brake Controller Lights Go Out when Stepping on the Brake Pedal
    It sounds like there is power interruption when you are stepping on the brake pedal. this could be due to an overload situation or a short. You didn't mention the year, make, and model of the truck so if the controller is hardwired in then it is possible that the red wire is not connected to the right brake wire switch. You need the one that only shows power when the brake pedal is pressed and not at any other time (such as with the head lights or turn signals on). It could be a loose connection...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Brakes that Lock Up When Applied
    If this particular flat bed trailer is lighter than the other trailers you tow, you'll need to turn the power and the sensitivity of the controller down a bit, assuming you have the Hopkins Agility # HM47295 brake controller you referenced. A brake controller usually isn't a set it and forget it piece of equipment, you'll need to change the controller settings based on the weight of your trailer. I've linked you to the instructions for the Agility brake controller, which explain how to...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Brakes that Don't Work Well and Don't Work At all In Reverse
    Do you have an electric over hydraulic trailer that has surge brake assemblies? That's probably a long shot, but there is a chance that your brake assemblies are free backing assemblies that allow the trailer to move in reverse with the brakes applied. This is normally a setup used for surge brake trailers. Otherwise you will want to first test the brake output circuit of your vehicle 7-way for voltage when the manual override is applied. With a trustworthy friend you will want to check...
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  • Troubleshooting Hopkins Trailer Brake Controller Showing E1 on LED Display
    I spoke with my Hopkins representative about the difficulty you're having. Are you sure you have the Agility brake controller, and not the Reliance model? The Reliance is a time delayed brake controller, and if that's indeed what you have getting the E1 on the digital readout with the brake pedal pushed while a trailer isn't connected is normal. The fact that your controller illuminates your brake lamps on your vehicle could indicate dirty contacts in the manual brake button on the controller....
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  • Hopkins Agility Brake Controller Showing Output Without Brake Pedal or Manual Brake Switch
    By 'when power is applied', I'm assuming you mean that's what the display is reading when the controller is at rest. If you're getting the 85 with the brake pedal or the manual brake switch applied, that's normal. The 85 is the amount of output the controller's been set to, out of 100. The controller will continually send out 4-6V of power out to determine if a trailer's connected. If you're getting more output than that on the blue wire without the brake pedal being applied or the flex...
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  • Troubleshooting Brake Controller Not Activating With Brake Pedal on 2007 Chevy Silverado
    When we see this problem on your generation 2007 Chevy Silverado the problem is a blown CHMSL fuse. This fuse controls the third brake light circuit. I bet if you were to go out and watch as someone applied the brakes of your truck the third brake light above the bed would not illuminate. The fuses in your truck are known for blowing quicker than most other vehicles. I wouldn't be surprised if your old brake controller may have malfunctioned and caused the fuse to blow.
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  • Troubleshooting Brake Controller that Stopped Working with Brake Pedal Application
    Sounds like you have an issue on the red wire of the Hopkins Agility brake controller part # HM47295. This wire needs to be attached to a circuit on your vehicle that sees voltage only when the brakes are applied. It sounds like the connection has been lost to the circuit that it was previously attached to. Check the condition of the connection for the red wire. Make sure it is securely connected. You also can check to make sure the third brake light fuse of your truck is in good working order.
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  • Troubleshooting Curt Triflex Brake Controller that Shows Voltage on Display When Brakes are Applied
    Sounds like the controller is thinking that a trailer is connected when there isn't one and that is why the display is reading a number. When the brakes aren't applied what does the display read? If it's a single dot then the controller does not detect a trailer. If there are two dots then a trailer is detected. That would indicate that the brake output circuit somewhere on the vehicle has a short somewhere that is putting a slight load on the circuit - which is telling the controller...
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  • Should Display on Hopkins Brake Controller Stay Lit Up When Connected to Trailer
    If you see a red dot in the bottom right corner that means a trailer is connected. If the screen was blank that would indicate that a trailer is not connected. As controller applies more braking power to the trailer the number on the display will increase.
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  • How to Wire the Hopkins Agility Brake Controller to a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado
    When wiring the Hopkins Agility Brake Controller, # HM47295, to your 2008 Chevrolet Silverado, there will be two steps that you will have to take to ensure the brake controller will operate properly. The first step is to connect the wires from the brake controller to the vehicles brake control wiring harness that you have already located. The black wire from the brake controller will connect to the red wire with a black stripe. This will supply the 12 volt power to the brake controller....
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  • Trailer Brakes Stay On and are Humming When Trailer is Connected to Tow Vehicle
    The humming that you are hearing behind the wheels are the brake magnets being activated. There are a couple different reasons why the brakes are receiving power when the brakes are not being activated. The first thing that I would check is the brake output wire (blue wire) coming from the brake controller because this will be the easiest and fastest thing to check. You will want to sever the blue wire about 6 inches back from the brake controller and use a circuit tester to see if the...
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