Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed
Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Honda

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Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed
part number: 5100

Electronic controller activates electric trailer brakes with a preset intensity when you apply the brakes in your vehicle. Power output and braking aggressiveness are easily adjustable to suit your preference.

Features:

  • Brake controller activates trailer brakes with preset intensity
    • Signal is sent to trailer brakes when tow vehicle's brakes are activated
  • Adjustable output control lets you determine the amount of braking force
    • Set to maximum when you travel through hilly terrain with a fully loaded trailer
    • Back off the power output when you tow a lightweight trailer
  • Sync setting lets you adjust the aggressiveness with which the brakes are activated
    • Get full power output faster by moving switch forward to increase activation speed
    • Achieve smoother braking by moving switch in opposite direction to supply power gradually
  • LED indicator on front of unit shows when trailer's brakes are applied
    • Light glows brighter as power output increases
  • Built-in, slide-bar manual override
  • Quick and easy installation
    • No need to mount level like proportional brake controllers
    • Mounting bracket, wiring harness and hardware included
    • Plug-in, vehicle-specific brake-control adapter can be used for certain applications to reduce installation time
    • Pulse preventer (5501) recommended for installation


Specs:

  • Application: trailers with up to 2 axles (4 brake assemblies)
    • Designed for use with electric brakes only
  • Dimensions: 3" wide x 5-3/8" long x 1" tall
  • Limited 3-year warranty


Time-Delayed Braking

The Activator applies your trailer's brakes when the brake pedal in your tow vehicle is engaged. Every time you apply the brakes in your vehicle, a signal is sent - via the brake switch - to the Activator. The controller then sends power out to your trailer brakes to activate them with an intensity set by you, at a rate determined by you. Both the amount of braking power (output) and rate of application (sync) can be adjusted to suit your preference, the road conditions, type of trailer and size of the load. To determine which levels are best for your application, you must test out your towing setup and choose what feels best.


A time-delay controller is so named because there is a delay between the time that you initially apply the brakes in your tow vehicle and the time that the controller reaches maximum power output. Unlike a proportional brake controller, which activates your trailer's brakes based on the deceleration of your tow vehicle, the Activator sends power out in the same way, with the same gradual delay, no matter the braking situation. Although this delay always exists, it can be adjusted by changing the sync setting.


Sync Settings

To adjust the aggressiveness of your trailer's braking action, use the slide control on the side of the Activator to change the sync setting. If you want to reach maximum power output faster, move the switch forward. To get smoother braking action, move the switch backward, thus supplying power to the trailer brakes more gradually. You can alter the sync setting to suit your driving preferences or to improve handling based on changing road conditions or varied trailer loads.


Quick, Simple Installation

Because inertia plays no role in the functioning of this controller, you do not have to mount the unit at any particular angle. As a result, mounting options are limitless, so long as you can still easily access the controller.


Installation of the Activator requires that you either purchase a custom wiring adapter designed to plug into the controller or that you hardwire the controller directly into your vehicle. To hardwire the Activator, you must remove the plug at the end of the integrated wiring harness.


Installation Accessories

For easier installation, a vehicle-specific wiring adapter is available for most newer trucks and SUVs. One end of the custom adapter plugs into your vehicle, and the other end plugs into the controller - no hardwiring required.


Note: If a custom brake-control wiring adapter is not available for your vehicle, a 20-amp circuit breaker (9506P - sold separately) will be required.


See also 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.

Same as Reese Brakeman Compact - 83501



5100 Draw-Tite Act I Time-Delay Trailer Brake Control



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Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Honda
part number: 3070-P

Install your electric brake controller quickly and easily with this custom wiring adapter. Simply plug one end of the adapter into your brake controller and then plug the other end into the built-in harness beneath your vehicle's dash.

Features:

  • Wiring adapter eases installation of your electric brake controller
  • Custom connector end plugs into the built-in port beneath the dash of your vehicle
  • Other end plugs into the back of your electric brake controller
    • Compatible time-delayed brake controllers: Draw-Tite Activator I (5100), Draw-Tite Activator II (5500), Draw-Tite Activator III (5520) and Tekonsha PowerTrac (39523)
    • Compatible proportional brake controllers: Tekonsha Prodigy (90185), Tekonsha P2 (90885), Tekonsha P3 (90195), Tekonsha Primus IQ (TK90160) and Tekonsha Voyager (39510)
  • Limited 1-year warranty


Installation of Tekonsha Brake Controller Adapter

This adapter plugs into the 4-pin connector on your vehicle's built-in brake control wiring harness. The harness is located underneath the dash, to the left of the steering column, taped to another harness near the emergency brake pedal.


To install your electric brake controller you need to connect the wiring of the controller to your vehicle. Certain manufacturers offer pre-wired options, typically known as tow packages, wherein these wires are run for you from the dash to the trailer connector on the back of your vehicle. Often, a brake controller wiring harness is included with your tow package. This harness plugs into a port beneath your dash and connects to the four wires of the brake controller. If, however, you have a brake controller with a plug in place of the four loose wires, you can use the Tekonsha adapter.


This adapter requires no hardwiring. It is designed to plug directly into your electric brake controller for the simplest installation possible. Because there are no wires to connect, installation is not permanent. You can unplug and remove your brake controller at any time and securely stow it away.



3070-P Tekonsha Brake Control Wiring Adapter with 2 Plugs



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Video of Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2007 Honda Pilot

Today on this 2007 Honda Pilot, we're going to install part number 5100. This is a DrawTite activator trailer brake controller. To help us with our install, we'll be using a couple additional part numbers. We'll be using part number ETBC7 and also a short bracket, part number 18140 from Tow Ready. This is a short universal mounting bracket. To start off, we're going to mount our short bracket since we need something for our 7-pole connector to mount to. We'll take the clamp and run it through the bracket and then the clamp over the hitch.

Then, we'll scoot it over to where we want it because there's a little tight clearance right here to get the bracket started. We'll go ahead and run the clamp back through itself. The screw for the clamp, we'll just go ahead and flip it back up so it will hold everything in place, and we'll tighten it down with a 5/16" nut driver. Take your excess and just run it back through the top. Next, we'll go ahead and add our 7-pole bracket that comes with ETBC7 kit. We'll attach it to our short bracket using the hardware that came with it, Phillips head screw, we'll line it up with the holes in the bracket.

Then, we'll put the small nut on top, one for each side. Then, we'll tighten it down with Phillips screwdriver. The nut had it's own lock washer built in, so a lot of times it will grip good enough to tighten it down, and if not, you can use a 3/8" wrench on it. Next, we'll add our 7-pole connector to our bracket. It also comes with the hardware to attach it. This is the hardware that comes with the 7-pole connector.

We'll just go ahead and install it. Then, we'll use a flat blade screwdriver to tighten down these bolts. Our 4-pole from our 7-pole connector will go ahead and plug into a preexisting 4-pole flat that's already on the vehicle. I'm going to go ahead and reroute this out of the way and go ahead and plug the two together. Since this will be a semi-permanent connection, we'll use some dielectric grease to help protect the contacts.

The dielectric grease we're using is part number 11755. We'll go ahead and connect the two together, and we'll give it some extra protection with some electric tape. Next, we'll go ahead and work with these two wires. The black wire is for a 12-volt power supply, and our blue wire is for output from our brake control. We're going to hook up this cable to these two wires. There's two wires inside our cable so we'll go ahead and cut back the sheath and make our connections. We'll go ahead and strip back our wires, and we'll go ahead and make our connections to the butt connectors. We're going to match up black to black and blue to white. Our white wire will eventually go back to the blue wire coming from our brake controller. The next step is to go ahead and get our cable and just get it started going toward the front of the vehicle. In this case, we're just going to run it over the rear sub-frame for suspension to just help hold it up and out of the way. Next, we'll go ahead and look for a white wire with a ring terminal. That will be our ground. We'll attach it to the sheet metal right here, and we'll use a large self-tapping screw and a 3/8" nut driver. Our purple wire, we're not going to use. This is typically used in an auxiliary circuit if you want something else going in to it or you can hook up your reverse light to it. Let's go ahead and get our butt connector a little extra protection with some electric tape. We need to use some loom material to bundle up our wires. Put some tape around the points where the wires come out. We'll take the rest of our wires and go ahead and zip tie and bundle them to our hitch. To attach to our hitch, we're using some extra long zip ties that don't come with the kit. It's always good to get yourself some extra zip ties anyway when you do electrical because typically you'll need more than comes with the kits. We'll go ahead and cut off the tails of our zip ties. We'll continue on with securing our gray cable and going up to the front of the vehicle. There's not much really to attach our wire to along the sheet metal here so we're going to use some extra loom clamps. This is part number A0500. To attach them, we'll be using a #8 self-tapping screw that uses a 1/4" nut driver. We'll go ahead and show you how we ran our wire. You can see how we start from the hitch went over the rear suspension, went over the gas tank fill tube, and over this line here. Then, we came down to our brake cable. Make sure we have enough room. We just followed the brake cable all the way up towards the front where we crossed underneath the frame. We zip tied wherever we could and started going up and towards our engine compartment. To help pull our wire up from the bottom to the top, we're going to use a pull wire. In this case, ours is an old piece of airline tubing, but it could also be any piece of wire that can hold a shape a little bit and still maneuvered down to the bottom. In this case, we took our airline tubing and we kept it to the side of the engine compartment and as far back in the corner as possible to stay away from the steering components. They are all encased so you really don't have to worry about that, but it's always a good idea to stay as far away of anything moving as possible. We'll just go ahead and guide ours down, and then, we'll pull it out the bottom and attach our gray cable to it and pull it back up. We've got our pull wire here, and we'll go ahead and attach it to our cable using some electric tape. Then, we'll go ahead and pull the wire back up. Now, we can go ahead and continue on with running our gray cable up towards the front and underneath the hood of the vehicle. When we do that, we'll want to stay away from anything moving like inaudible 00:07:37 components or anything hot like the exhaust. We'll go ahead and set it aside for now, and we'll go ahead and look for a location to mount our circuit breakers. Just go ahead and pull up our wire. We'll go ahead and take up all our slack. Then, we'll go ahead and zip tie the wire to secure it. Let's take our cable now, and we're just going to lay it off to the side, and we'll deal with it later. Next, we'll go ahead and add 2 circuit breakers. One circuit breaker is going to be for the 12-volt power supply going out to our 7-pole connector to power anything on the trailer. Typically, that uses a 40-amp circuit breaker. Now, I also need a circuit breaker for our brake controller. In this case, we'll be using a 20-amp circuit breaker. The kit comes with 3 circuit breakers, it depends on how much trailer you're going to be pulling behind your vehicle. In heavy duty applications, you would probably use the 30-amp circuit breaker, but we're not going to use that, just our 20 and our 40. We're going to mount ours in this location right here just behind the air box. We'll use the self-tapping screws that come with the kit to attach it to the sheet metal. There's 2 layers of steel right here, so it will take a little while to get through it. Now that we've got our circuit breakers in place, let's go ahead and cut our wires to length. Our black wire will go through our 40-amp circuit breaker and back to our power point, which is going to be right here. If we take the lid off by just squeezing the tabs on each side, we can get power from this point right here. There's power going to it directly from the battery. We tested it, and with the key out of the ignition, there's still power going to it. We'll use that instead of going to the battery that can get corroded up over time. We need to make sure we have enough length to go from our circuit breaker and back over to our power supply. Also, we've got the white wire that goes to our brake controller, so we need to take some consideration the extra length for that as well to run that to the inside of the vehicle. We'll go ahead and cut it in half. We'll save our excess because eventually we'll need to run this from our brake controller back up to our power supply. We'll go ahead and remove the covering of the sheath of our wires, and we'll go ahead and remove them. Let's go ahead and take our white wire, and we're going to put it out of our way for now. Let's work with our black wire for our 12-volt power supply. First connection point will be towards the silver post on our circuit breaker. The power from our power supply will go directly to our copper post. We'll cut the wire in half, strip it back, and add a ring terminal. Connect this to our silver post. Put the lock washer and nut back into place. Take the black wire and add another ring terminal to it. Let's go ahead and route our wire to where we're going to pick up our power supply. We'll add a little length to it so it will fit underneath the cover, and then, we'll go ahead and add a large ring terminal. Eventually, this will be connected to this bolt right here. However, I like to keep the connections to the power supply as one of the last things we do. Let's just go ahead and tuck that down and out of the way for now, and we'll go ahead and tighten up the nuts on our circuit breaker here. We'll use a 3/8" socket for that. Next, we need to go ahead and take our white wire that will eventually go to our output for our brake controller, and we need to run this to the inside of the vehicle and into the cab. There's a grommet in the firewall that we're going to cut and run our wire through. It's really hard to see it from the outside here. It's better if we go underneath the dashboard, make our cut, and then, we'll use our wire pull one more time to pull our white wire through plus our other cable that we're going to need for our brake control power supply. If we follow this cable to the firewall, here's the grommet we're going to use. We'll take a knife and just cut the grommet. Were just going to make a slice along the outside edge. Then, we'll take our airline tubing and push it on through. We'll get it started and go to back to the engine compartment, connect our wires up, and pull it back through. We'll also connect our gray cable that we'll need to go to the brake controller. Let's go ahead and pull this back through. We'll go ahead and pull out the rest of our slack for our white wire, and also, we'll go ahead and pull out our gray cable to make sure we have enough length. We'll go ahead and cut them off even. We've got plenty to work with here. We'll go back underneath the hood and make our other connections to our power supply and our second circuit breaker. We'll go ahead and route our cable to our circuit breaker, and we also need to run an extra length of cable for our ground, which will go to this ground point here on the frame from the factory. We'll go ahead and cut our cable to length. We can add some additional length, we can hide it behind the air box here. We'll go ahead and strip our wires once again. Let's go ahead and take our white wire and put it away for now. Take our black wire, and we'll go ahead and cut it to length to go to our 20-amp circuit breaker. Once again, we'll go ahead and put a small ring terminal on it, and we'll go ahead and add this to the silver post on our circuit breaker. To the rest of our wire, we'll add another ring terminal and add that to our circuit breaker on the copper post that's going to our 12-volt power supply. Run this to our power supply. We'll go ahead and match our length for our other one and put a large ring terminal on the end. Let's go ahead and put those guys out of the way because we're not ready for them. We'll go ahead and tighten down the nuts on our circuit breaker. We'll go ahead and add a large ring terminal for our ground wire. We'll use a 10-mm socket on this bolt here to attach our ground. We're about ready to make some connections underneath the dashboard of our vehicle. Our brake controller comes with a plug on the end, so we need an adapter cord to go from the plug so we can hard wire it to our wires we already installed. We'll be using part number TM75127. This is our adapter cord that will plug into our brake controller. It's kind of nice, they already have it labeled. Our blue wire is going to be our brake output. White wire is going to be ground. Black wire is going to be power. Red wire goes to the inaudible 00:17:03 of the stop switch, which means when you hit the brake pedal power goes through the wire. We'll go ahead and hook that one up first. We'll go ahead and trace our brake pedal up to the brake switch and look for the wires that go into it. Now, we've tested our wire right here. The white wire with the black stripe and the silver bands is the wire we need that way it lights up when we hit our brake pedal. We'll go ahead and use the tester that comes with the ETBC7 kit and ground it to some sheet metal here, and we'll go ahead and test the wire going into it at the metal part and we can see it light up. We know what wire we're going to use, so we'll go ahead and tap into it using a quick splice connector. This comes with the ETBC7 kit. We'll snap it over the wire we want to use, and then, we'll slip our wire we want to get our signal from right next to it. Then, we're going to squeeze it with a pair of pliers to make the connection. The metal clip in the middle will cut through the insulation and cut both wires. Let's work with our next wires. Let's go ahead and work with our single white wire. Remember that went to the blue wire on our 7-pole connector for brake control output. We'll strip it and use a butt connector that came with the ETBC7 kit and attach. Then, we're going to connect back to blue. Let's go ahead and strip this sheath back for this, and we'll connect the wires color to color. We'll leave our wires alone for now. Let's go ahead and mount our bracket for our brake controller. This is largely a personal preference, but typically the brake controller is mounted low and on the right-hand side, maybe a little bit out of the way but easy enough where you can get to it. About somewhere in this area will be pretty good. Make sure you have enough room to get a tool in here for a screw on the side. Once you're satisfied with a placement of the brake controller, you'll go ahead and attach the bracket to the dash using the supplied screws that come with it. Make sure we have it sitting the way we want it, typically level. This brake controller can actually mount any direction you want because it's solid state. You can even operate it upside down if you'd like. Now, we'll use a 1/4" nut driver to install the screws into our dash. We'll take our brake controller and plug it into the wire harness, and then, we'll go ahead and attach our brake controller to the bracket. This will also use a 1/4" nut driver, socket, or wrench. We'll get there guys started, and then, we'll go ahead and fasten it down for good. A 1/4" ratchet wrench actually comes in real handy in that little situation. Now, that we got it secured, let's go ahead and bundle up the wires underneath of it and maybe use some of the extra wire that we had to hide these wires as it goes up underneath the dash. We'll secure our wires and then make our final connections to the power supply underneath the hood. Let's go ahead and make our final electrical connection right here. We'll use an 8=mm socket to remove this bolt. We'll take our 2 black wires with the ring terminals and go ahead and put our bolt back through them and re-install the bolt. Make sure that's secure and go ahead and take our wires and bend them down so that we have enough room to close our cap. We'll give it a quick test fit. We may have to modify the cap just a little bit to make it close all the way. It's a tight fit, but if you start this one first, it will all go down and this will flex as necessary to accommodate the wires. Let's go ahead and try our brake controller. First off, we'll go ahead and hit the brake pedal, and you can see how the light comes on, so we know we're getting signal for our brake pedal. Check the manual override. We can see we've got power going out as well. A couple of other things. WE got this slide switch on top that controls the amount of output for the brake controller. All the way to the right will be basically off, and all the way to the left it full power, but of course, you can slide it anywhere in between where you want it. For us, we'll go ahead and put it all the way up towards the left side so we can see what's going on. When we hit the brake pedal, we can see how it slowly comes on. That's a time delay, so there's a switch on the side here that you can move. If you move it all the way towards the front, you can see it comes on relatively fast. Pull all the way towards the back, hit the brake pedal, and it comes on slower. You can adjust that anywhere in between with the slide switch. With that, that will finish it for our install of part number 5100, the DrawTite Activator Trailer Brake Controller on our 2007 Honda Pilot. .



Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed - 5100

Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Honda - 3070-P

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (421 Customer Reviews)

Electronic controller activates electric trailer brakes with a preset intensity when you apply the brakes in your vehicle. Power output and braking aggressiveness are easily adjustable to suit your preference. Install your electric brake controller quickly and easily with this custom wiring adapter. Simply plug one end of the adapter into your brake controller and then plug the other end into the built-in harness beneath your vehicle's dash.

- 3070-P
by: Jeff H09/21/2017
2012 Honda Pilot

Perfect interface between the controller and the factory wiring. I'd have given it 5 stars if it were a wee bit longer - say 8 more inches. On my 2012 Pilot, I mounted the controller in the bin right below the radio because it just seemed in the way of my legs in the more normal position above the accelerator on the dash. The cable wasn't quite long enough for that and I ended up fabbing my own and put this one in the box for the next time. 434856



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by: Karri10/19/2018

Installed super easy using the provided video for instructions. Great product, have one in both of our towing vehicles for our 19.5' camper. 575737



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by: Jeremy10/06/2018

Controller works great seems better built than more expensive controllers I have used in past. Etrailer was great fast delivery 572248



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by: Tom10/02/2015
Honda Ridgeline

Just what the doctor ordered for the customers Honda Ridgeline. Unbilivably, though the truck was completely wired from under the dash from the factory since it was purchased new with the trailer package, the dealership was oblivious to the fact that a brake controller was needed and were dumbfounded on where to get one, or where the connector was located in order to install it. Found the controler on etrailer.com and the connector location on utube. 228914



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by: Hal J.05/02/2017
2014 Honda Ridgeline

Just bought the Tekonsha Primus IQ and installed it. Haven't used it yet, as I pick up my first travel trailer next week. Product is solid, packaged with ample, clear instructions, wiring and mounting hardware. Lower dash on my Honda Ridgeline slopes steeply so I fashioned an L-bracket from 14 ga. steel bar and secured to side of center stack (see photo). Nice and level. Wiring to my harness was a bear, just because of where my connector was buried; needed the YouTube videos. Price was much lower from etrailer than any RV dealer around here. Arrived in less than a week. Think I made a smart choice. If it works as advertised it will get a fifth star. 375303



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by: Garth01/18/2018

Not only did my packages arrive in a timely manner, but George kept me posted ont their progress every mile of the way. When I got the brake controller, it was everything the said it would be, and along with my final email from etrailer was a link to instructions for installing it and another link to questions and answers about the product and the installation process. How could anyone possibly ask for more. Thank you George, and thank you etrailer. 468070


Comments

Its been a year since I received and installed this braking system. Ive used it may times and it works perfectly. Easy to install and easy to use and affordable you cant beat it. I highly recommend, even though I know you can bet much fancier and more expensive items, you probably dont need fancier and more expensive when this fairly inexpensive item does the trick.

garth i - 01/19/2019

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by: Peter T06/18/2018
2017 Honda Ridgeline

Hello, as requested I have attached some pics of the brake controller after installation on my 2017 Honda Ridgeline. I have a lease vehicle so I did not want to drill any holes in the vehicle to mount or run wires. So what I did was install the mount bracket upside down and place a strong commercial velcro patch to the brake controller mount and to the tray area that it is sitting on. Then I slipped the wire harness between the crack in the IP and the lower console and tucked it up behind the dash so it could not be seen. The velcro holds the brake controller quite secure. This way I can remove the controller and reuse in my next vehicle without leaving any permanent marks or holes to this one. Anyway , just thought I would share… As far as the controller. I am very happy with its operation and functions. 523633



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by: Holo11/30/2016
2017 Honda Ridgeline

I gave this a 4 star just because I haven't been able to hook up the trailer yet. The Primus IQ brake controller light is on so I'm assuming it will be fine. The harness arrived in good time. I was able to hook it up in my 2017 Honda Ridgeline in about 20 minutes. The longest part was finding the connection! It was above and left of the parking brake. A headlamp really helped. It's very tight in there so I could use only one hand and did a lot of it by feel. In the picture you need to follow the red wire to the connection. The brake controller I mounted on the plastic in front of my right knee. 321040


Comments

Update - Everything worked fine. We went on several trips with our trailer and no problems at all.

Holo - 11/30/2017

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by: Mark F07/19/2017
2016 Honda Pilot

Just bought a Prodigy 3 and on my first trip with our light weight [email protected] clamshell with electric brakes pulled with a 2016 Honda Pilot...very satisfied. I installed a factory hitch and harness and the cable etrailor provided snapped right in. The trailer is under 2,000 lbs so I opted to bet the boost to zero. So far so good. The only issue is it seems to apply the brakes more firmly when going over rough pavement, otherwise the braking action is very smooth. I didn't want to mount the controller bracket permanently so I bent an angle plate into a U shape and pop riveted it so it would hang in the lower trim panel. 407957



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by: jim a06/09/2015
Honda Ridgeline

We have a Honda Ridgeline and this part plugged into the factory plug that was under the dash by the emergency brake petal switch. It was difficult to get to, but success was achieved. This was needed for our camper trailer. This made it easy, no hard wiring, just ordered the part for the Ridgeline and then plug and go. The brake controller plugged into the other end and now I am a happy camper. It worked, I blew a fuse while installing, must have touched something? No problem though, replaced it and was all was good. 202033


Comments

After one year, it is nice to not even think about it. I love products that work correctly. Gives one peace of mind. This is a great product. . thanks etrailer and Tekonsha for being wonderful companies. . . jim

jim a - 06/08/2016

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by: dick10/15/2017

correct size and plugs for installation. 442898


Comments

I have been using both for a year and am very happy with them and the ease of install.

dick - 10/15/2018

44670

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by: Jeffrey02/03/2018

Although I replaced my Activator II with an Activator; both units ended up being fine.... After replacing the Activator II, after further troubleshooting, I found that I had two independent problems. 1. The brake power wire (blue) was corroded in the truck outlet 7 way receptacle; which I replaced. 2. The actuator brake activation wire (red) was no longer getting power out of the trailer wiring plug unit located under the dash. This was resolved but cutting that wire near the harness plug, and splicing it with the cold side of the brake pedal unit’s brake light wire (white). Your wiring diagrams on the subject proved very helpful in the solution..... 472647



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by: Edward01/03/2011

Brake controller installation It took longer that it should have to connect the controller, but I was being very careful, I would check and then double check to make sure everything was alright. I wanted to do a nice clean job so I took my time. The hardest part was making sure I had the right wire connected for the brake signal to the controller, but even that was not difficult to do. I took some pictures of when I started a task and the end result. I will probably move the controller from the ash tray area at a later date, but for now it is fine where it's at since I don't smoke and I don't let anyone else smoke in my truck. 4920



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by: Kyle I.03/26/2017

I have to say..... installation was super easy!!! Installed this in an 06 Chevy Suburban, to pull our camper. 358923


Comments

No complaints!

Kyle I - 03/27/2018

36513

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by: Debra09/14/2019

we love it. works as intended.easy to set up too. 703929



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by: Steve L09/04/2019

Product worked perfectly ... 697482



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by: Darrell08/29/2019

etrailer service is excellent. My brake controller was shipped and arrived promptly. I needed a bit of advice from the etrailer customer service group and they nailed it. Obviously, they know their products. If not, looks like they have a tech in the background that can help with those smaller details. Communication was excellent, as was follow-up on when my item shipped and even arrived. Excellent all around! I'm a very happy customer. 695578



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by: Joseph rice Vermont08/28/2019

Brake controller (5100) seems to be operating as wanted, no complaints, glad I got it. Installation was pretty simple, first time always takes longer because some of us like to double check the connections, and there is always a little hesitation about placement. But any real problems are solved by a simple contact with someone at etrailer anxious to help and put your mind at ease. I have not had any problems with the several etrailer purchases I have made. My Vehicle is a 2014 KIA Sedona and I pull a Casita with it. I bought the receiver hitch, brake controller, air suspension enhancement, and maybe 1 or 2 other things. All good. Great people to deal with. 696717



- 3070-P
by: Craig08/20/2019
2012 Honda Pilot

About as easy as it gets to plug in and go. 691642



- 3070-P
by: Philip08/18/2019
2019 Honda Ridgeline

the right part always makes the job eas ier.. 690996



- 3070-P
by: Bob T.08/15/2019

Very good product, easy to install. Does what it is supposed to do. 688665



- 3070-P
by: Matthew08/08/2019

I bought a P3 Prodigy controller and the Honda wiring kit. Great customer service over the phone as I made my purchase. The person I spoke with was knowledgeable about the products and their applications. The wiring kit and controller arrived on the day they were promised and it took my mechanic about ten minutes to make the installation. I would definitely buy from etrailer again. 682233



- 5100
by: Michael08/08/2019

Plug and play. Took 5 min to install. Will see how unit performs this weekend but I imagine it’ll be fine! 682147



- 5100
by: Chris08/04/2019

Great product, comes with almost everything need to install on the vehicle, very good quality parts. The instructions were easy to understand and follow. All comes at a great price as well. Always a pleasant experience when buying from etrailer. 682078



- 5100
by: Pat07/30/2019

a couple no drill hitches, no ordering problem and as it says no drill! Brake controller was plug and play! shipping was as they stated time wise . I will definitely order again ! 679805



- 5100
by: Victor07/29/2019

This electric brake controller was just what I needed for my 2008 Tahoe. The videos and info on the etrailer website were a great help in locating the wires I needed to hook up. In addition to the DrawTite 5100 I bought a 20127 cable so that I can easily removed the brake controller should I ever want to. I mounted my brake controller on the left side just above the parking brake pedal. There is a single screw on the underside of the dash there that I was able to use without having to drill any holes. Being able to reach down with my left hand to squeeze the braking button seemed more ergonomic to me than doing it with my right hand and a right hand location didn't have as good a visibility. 678209



- 5100
by: David07/23/2019

Great product great service 674537



- 5100
by: Kent07/17/2019

Nice item, reasonable price. Good company to do business with. 671374



- 3070-P
by: John07/12/2019

Have not installed as of yet it’s a simple installation and it’s what I was looking for have done business with etrailer since 2010 and will continue to do so. They are a great company to work with. Thank you Ian and etrailer 669500



- 3070-P
by: David07/11/2019

You would have to take the dash out , if you were to solder the plug in. The plug and play is the easiest way to go. Took less then 5 minutes to install for a old fat guy . Would help if I had a ten year old to plug it in , Would have cut the install time down to about 2 minutes. 669041



- 3070-P
by: Richard07/08/2019
2019 Honda Ridgeline

Plug and play for my 2019 Ridgeline. Very pleased with the results. 667591



- 5100
by: Randy06/28/2019

No mounting hardware was included. Had to make my own. 664212



- 5100
by: Jeff Z06/26/2019

While I have not used the brake controller yet the delivery time and ease of installation for the wiring and controller took less than 10 minutes 664044



- 3070-P
by: Jeremy P06/20/2019
Honda Pilot

Harness makes plug and play installation for the Tekonsha P3 in 2014-2019 Honda Pilot. 660498



- 3070-P
by: Leslie06/14/2019

Correctly fit vehicle as recommended. Very helpful installation video from etrailer. 657923



- 5100
by: Adam06/07/2019

Good controller, 2nd one I have owned in 2nd vehicle. Simple and effective 654908



- 5100
by: Eddie06/06/2019

I received the brake controller and wiring harness. took about 10 minutes to install. It works great. would highly recommend these products to any one that is in need of a good, easy to install controller for their trailer that works just fine. 656084



- 3070-P
by: Hal06/02/2019

I Was able to install trailer brake in new truck myself instead of paying someone to do it. Perfect fit 651552



- 3070-P
by: Warren05/15/2019
2016 Honda Pilot

I am always impressed with their installation videos. I needed this one to find the plug in adapter on our 2016 Honda Pilot. The harness and brake controller arrived sooner than expected. 642164



- 3070-P
by: Wayne B.05/08/2019
Honda Pilot

Very pleased with your company. I received the necessary adapter and brake control for my Honda Pilot. With the help of your video the installation of trailer brake control was very easy. We have traveled many miles with our trailer and all is well. Thanks again for your great customer service and assistance. 639594



- 5100
by: Tom Q05/06/2019

This harness and the Draw-Tite Activator Brake Controller worked fine. I would recommend. 639750



- 3070-P
by: Ryan05/06/2019
Honda Ridgeline

Worked great, just really hard to find and access the plug under the dash of the Ridgeline. 638795



- 3070-P
by: Wayne05/05/2019

Plugs into factory harness makes installation a breeze 638544



- 3070-P
by: Josh05/02/2019

Fit perfect. Works great 636484



- 3070-P
by: Mike R05/01/2019
2012 Honda Pilot

I saved hundreds of dollars by buying this adapter and installing the brake controller myself, and etrailer made it easy to find the right part for my 2012 Honda PIlot. Thank you! 636049



- 3070-P
by: Steve05/01/2019

Easy to install and worked as promised 635992



- 3070-P
by: HarryP04/18/2019

Wiring harness was very easy to use and install. Was of proper link and correct connectors. 629795



- 5100
by: Denny Mikus04/12/2019

Easy to install and works great 625504



- 3070-P
by: Dan R.04/12/2019

This was exactly what I needed. I has worked perfectly since it was installed about one year ago (Apr. 2018). 623138



- 5100
by: John H.04/10/2019

Great quality, function and well engine ered. 620112


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  • Factory Brake Controller Port Location on 2017 Nissan Titan
  • To install the Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller # 5100 that you referenced to your 2017 Nissan Titan, all you will need is the Plug-In Wiring Adapter # 3050-P if the truck is equipped with the factory 7-Way. One end of the harness will plug into the brake controller itself, while the other end will connect directly to the factory port on your Nissan Titan. The factory brake controller port should be located behind the dash, on the left hand side by the emergency brake pedal.
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  • How to Install Brake Controller in 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport
  • We can help you with installation of your Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller # 5100 in your 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. Since your car currently has no trailer wiring you'll need a couple of items to complete the install. You will need a basic 4-pole wiring harness # 118571 along with Draw-Tite wiring pigtail # 20127. The only other part you need is our install kit # ETBC7 which includes all other components. You will not need anything beyond these three items. The 4-pole
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  • Clearing Error Code from Aftermarket Trailer Brake Controller Installation in 2018 Ford F-150
  • If you install an aftermarket trailer brake controller like the Prodigy P3 # 90195 using harness # 22292 in a Ford truck that had a factory-installed brake controller it will set a fault code on the instrument cluster. This does no harm but it can be annoying to see this message on the dash. The only way to remove this code is to have the TBC turned off by your local Ford dealer. Using the integrated diagnostic system, the IDS, the Ford Technician should access the Programmable Parameters
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  • Prodigy P3 90195 Brake Controller Installation in Place of Draw-Tite Activator in 2007 Honda Pilot
  • Actually, you need to do almost nothing to replace your Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller # 5100 with a superior proportional unit like the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 # 90195. Since these two controllers come from the same manufacturer they will use the same wiring harness, so all you need to do is unplug the Activator and plug in the Prodigy P3 in its place. You will find the user-friendly features of the P3 to be a big improvement over the Draw-Tite controller. It will certainly
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  • Parts Needed To Use Brake Controller With 2002 Cadillac Escalade To Tow Trailer
  • I am happy to help you setup your vehicle to tow a trailer with brakes however the Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller # 5100 is only the brake controller to power the brakes on your trailer. The 2002 Cadillac Escalade will still need a 7-way plug on the vehicle to connect to the trailer. If the Cadillac has a factory package, you can use Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness for Factory Tow Package part # C55774 to plug right into the factory towing harness. If the Cadillac
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  • Solution for Preventing Brake Controller From Pulsing with Hazard Lights
  • What you need to prevent your hazard lights from activating your trailer brakes is a pulse preventer part # 5501. This installs like the diagram I attached shows and allows your brake controller to know the difference from when the hazards are on and when the brake pedal is pressed.
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  • Installing Prodigy P3 Brake Controller in 2016 Silverado 2500HD with OEM Controller
  • You can install a Prodigy P3 Trailer Brake Controller # 90195 in your 2016 Silverado 2500 with OEM controller but you will not use wiring adapter part # 3016. The necessary wiring for an aftermarket controller is present under the dash. Four or five blunt-cut wires are under the left side of the instrument panel. These wires are located above your left shin as you are seated in the driver's seat. The wires can be identified by a white label and the color of the wires. The wire colors
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  • Replacement for Malfunctioning Draw-Tite Activator II Trailer Brake Controller
  • Based on your description of the problem with your Draw-Tite brake controller I suspect an internal fault within the controller itself. There is a chance that the red input signal wire could be loose, and this would cause the unit to stop generating output, but it would not explain the varying power level displayed. That specific issue makes me think that the internal circuitry has finally given up the ghost and the controller needs to be replaced. If your towed trailer has one or
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  • Installing a Draw-Tite Activator Electric Brake Controller in a 2002 Acura MDX
  • I've linked the insallation details of the Draw-Tite Activator Brake Controller, part # 5100, on this page for you. We don't have specific details, or a video, of a 2002 Acura MDX but the process is basically the same on all vehicles. The controller's black wire connects to the positive side of the vehicle's battery through a circuit breaker and white wire connects to the negative side of the battery. The blue wire runs to the 7-way trailer connector at the rear of the Acura and the
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Brake Controller on 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
  • I do have a possible solution for you, however the wire colors you mentioned coming from the OEM harness in your 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 don't match up to the GM OEM harness I am familiar with. Typically the wires on a GM OEM harness are as follows: Dark blue = brake out Red = 12V power Light blue = brake light switch Black = ground Since the colors don't seem to be the same on your harness, we can also try to connect the brake controller by using the wire locations on your
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  • What Is Part Number For Ford F-150 Adapter On Draw-Tite Activator I Brake Controller, # 5100
  • The part number for just the wiring adapter to connect the Draw-Tite Activator I Brake Controller, # 5100, to your 2010 Ford F-150, is the Tekonsha Brake Control Wiring Adapter for Ford F-150, part # 22292. This adapter will plug into the back of the controller and the plug on the other end will plug into the factory brake controller port located to the right of the steering column behind the black pocket on the dash. I am sending a video link of a brake controller being installed on
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  • Brake Controller for a 2007 Chevy Trailblazer
  • For frequent hauls, we recommend using the proportional brake controllers which offer safer and more predictable braking than the older time-delayed models do. The Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller # 90885 is one of our all-time best sellers, mainly because it's so easy to use and set up. You'd install the controller using the existing wiring located behind the panel located under the steering column as shown in the video I've linked for you.
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  • How Does Brake Controller Install in 2002 Workhorse Chassia RV
  • There isn't a brake controller wiring harness for the 2002 Chevy Workhorse RV chassis. It is possible that the RV came with one. Sometimes they plug in under the driver's seat but would otherwise be located under the dash. It is also possible that it does not have a place to plug a brake controller into and could just have tow package wires under the dash. To check this look for a bundle of wires up under dash with a white tag on them. If you cannot locate a wire bundle or place that
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  • Installing a Brake Controller on a 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe with Factory 4-Way Trailer Connector
  • The first thing you will need to install a trailer brake controller on your 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe is a 7-Way trailer connector. You will need installation kit # ETBC7 which comes with the 7-Way and the rest of the wiring and accessories needed to install the Voyager brake controller # 39510. The 4-Way you have now will plug into the # ETBC7. Then the white wire will attach to the vehicle frame. The purple wire will attach to the reverse light wire (if the trailer needs reverse lights,
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  • Troubleshooting Overload Message on Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller 5100
  • When the Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller # 5100 displays a flashing OL (overload) message this indicates that the unit has detected a short in the brake output circuit, the circuit commonly carried on a blue wire. You'll need to trace the trailer's brake circuit wire (check the linked article to help you find the correct one on your 7-way plug). Check the wire for signs of worn or cracked insulation all along its length, from the trailer connector to the brake assemblies,
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  • Trailer Brake Controller for a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Factory 7-Way Connector
  • For your 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee I recommend the P3 brake controller, # 90195. This is a proportional controller that will apply the trailer brakes in proportion to how much the Jeep is braking. this is the safest way to stop and it reduces wear and tear on the vehicle and trailer compared to a time delay controller. This controller also has easy to read diagnostics so you will not have to look up any fault codes. It also has several presets if you tow multiple trailers and you can
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  • Troubleshooting Tekonsha Commander Brake Controller
  • Given the testing you've already completed, power is reaching the controller and the vehicle is correctly delivering the stop lamp signal to the controller via the red wire. However, if you're not getting any power on the blue wire when tested directly after exiting the rear of the controller with the brake pedal or with the manual brake switch, the controller is faulty and should be replaced. I'd recommend going with a proportional controller like the Tekonsha Primus, part # TK90160.
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  • How to Install a 7-Way and Brake Controller on a 2007 Acura MDX with 4-Way Trailer Connector
  • The 2007 Acura MDX is actually similar to the Honda Pilot and not so much the Ridgeline. But manufacturers have not confirmed that any parts for the Pilot will work on the MDX. To install a brake controller you will need to hardwire one in. To do this you will need installation kit # ETBC7 and a brake controller. I have included a couple of links to the right that show and explain the ETBC7 installation. For a brake controller I recommend the P2, # 90885. It is one of our most popular
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  • Adding Electric Brake Wiring To Second Axle On Tandem Trailer
  • Each brake magnet will have two wires exiting it. One wire would connect to the wire which carries the brake output signal from the tow vehicle. The other wire should be grounded to the trailer frame. There is no polarity on the brake magnets, so it doesn't matter which wire is grounded and which is connected to the brake circuit. You can use wire like part # 10-1-1 to complete the wiring for the brakes on your trailer. I have attached a drawing that shows how the wiring is typically
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  • Recommended Brake Controller and Wiring Harness for 2019 Honda Ridgeline
  • For your 2019 Honda Ridgeline, the Curt Custom Wiring Adapter for Trailer Brake Controllers - Dual Plug In # C51392 is a confirmed fit. The installation will be under the dash, left of the steering column and near the emergency brake pedal. I recommend pairing this with the Curt Spectrum Trailer Brake Controller # C51170 for a really clean dash and easy function. I've attached a video to further assist.
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  • Where is Brake Controller Install Port on 2016 Honda Pilot
  • Yes, there is a port under the dash of your 2016 Honda Pilot for installing a brake controller like our best selling P3 part # 90195. All you need is the install harness part # 3070-P which is a confirmed fit. I attached an install video that shows this harness installing a brake controller in a similar Honda Pilot as yours as well. I also attached a picture that shows where you'll find the harness.
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  • Recommended Trailer Brake Controller for 2019 Honda Ridgeline Sport
  • I assume you are looking for a brake controller for a 2019 Honda Ridgeline Sport as that is all that pulls up in a google search. If that is what you are seeking I recommend the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 # 90195 which is a customer favorite because of the dependability and the ease of use with the LCD screen. For this you will use the wiring harness # 3070-P. I've attached a video of this on a 2017 model to assist. If you want a more factory brake controller appearance then I recommend
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  • Fuse location in Honda Pilot 2016 for Tekonsha 3070-P Brake Control Wiring Adapter for Honda
  • Your Tekonsha Prodigy P3 # 90195, can be installed using the # 3070-P if you have a factory tow package. It attaches with a simple clip connection to a plug under the dash of your vehicle near the parking brake. It isn't always easy to find in the midst of the wiring. Check out the installation video I've attached for you. There is not an extra fuse needed in this installation.
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  • Will Tekonsha Brake Controller Harness, # 3070-P, Fit 2005 Honda Odyssey With Prodigy Controller
  • The Tekonsha Brake Controller Wiring Harness, # 3070-P, is only for Honda Ridgeline and Honda Pilot with the factory tow package. To wire the Prodigy brake controller on your 2005 Honda Odyssey you will need to have a 4-Pole trailer connector on your vehicle. Then, you will have to hardwire the brake controller with the Brake Controller 7 & 4 Way Installation Kit, # ETBC7, to your vehicle. If you do not have a 4-Pole trailer connector on your vehicle, then you will need to install
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  • Wire Harness 3070-S Compared To 3070-P For 2017 Honda Ridgeline
  • The Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Honda # 3070-P is a confirmed fit for your 2017 Honda Ridgeline. The Tekonsha Custom Wiring Adapter for Trailer Brake Controllers - Pigtail - Honda # 3070-S is a confirmed fit for hardwiring any controller model to the factory connection. The dash P or the dash S is the manufacturers part number, so I don't know if it is significant to them or not, but it is just a part number to us. So, in reality, either product
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  • Color of Wires for Trailer Brake Controller Harness on a 2017 Honda Pilot
  • According to pages 462 and 463 of the online version of the owner's manual for your 2017 Honda Pilot the 4 wires for the trailer brake controller connector are black, brown, violet, and green so it sounds like you found the correct connector. If it matches up to the Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter # 3070-P then you can definitely be confident that you have the correct connector. If you don't already have a brake controller then I highly recommend the Prodigy P3 # 90195 because it has
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  • Troubleshooting Brake Controller that Won't Power On In 2015 Honda Pilot
  • It sounds like you are missing the fuse in your smaller, secondary under-hood fuse box that powers the brake controller. I checked in a manual for a 2012 Honda Pilot, and it was the number 14 fuse labeled Trailer E-Brake. It should be close if not identical in your 2015 model. There should be a diagram on the underside of the fuse box cover you can use to verify this.
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  • Brake Controller Wiring for a 2007 Honda Pilot
  • The Wiring Adapter, part # 3070-P will not work on the 2007 Honda Pilot. The 2007 Pilot does not have the provision for plugging in a brake controller under the dash. To install a brake controller on your Pilot, you will have to hardwire the controller, using our Brake Controller Installation Kit, part # ETBC7 (for a 7-way connector) or ETBC6 (for a 6-Way connector). The install kits contain everything necessary for installing your brake controller. If your Pilot does not already have
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  • Parts Needed to Install a Trailer Brake Controller on a 2005 Acura MDX
  • To install a brake controller on a 2005 Acura MDX you will need to hardwire it in using a 4-Way, # 118336, and installation kit # ETBC7. I have included some links to instructions and FAQs that will help with installation. For a brake controller I recommend the Tekonsha P2, # 90885. It is one of our most popular controllers because it is easy to set up and easy to use. I have linked instructions for it as well.
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  • Recommended Brake Controller And Wiring Harness For 2017 Acura MDX
  • There is no confirmed brake controller harness for the 2017 MDX so if a brake controller is installed it will have to be a hard-wire installation. If you do not have a 4-way trailer connector at the back of your MDX that is the first step that will need to be taken. I recommend part # 118628. This harness plugs into the location behind the driver side trim panel in the rear cargo area. You can see where it is located in the attached installation video I have provided. A tech tip for
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  • Brake Controller Installation on 2011 Honda Ridgeline
  • If your Ridgeline is equipped with the factory tow package, you can use the Tekonsha Wiring Adapter, part # 3070-P to connect a controller. The presence of the factory 7-way trailer connector on the rear bumper is a sure indication that your Ridgeline is equipped with the tow package. To install the controller, simply plug the larger end of the connector into the connector located under the dash. The connector can be found taped to another harness, to the left of the steering column
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  • Will Brake Controller Harness # 3070-P Work in 2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 2WD
  • If your Pilot came from the factory with the 7-way trailer connector at the rear bumper, it will have the connector under the dash that the # 3070-P would plug into. You would attach the controller to the underside of the dash within easy reach of the driver, plug one end of the wiring adapter into the connector under the dash and plug the other end into the back of the controller. Since it sounds as if you had to install a 4-pole wiring harness, the connector will not be present and
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  • Location of Factory Brake Controller Port on a 2011 Honda Ridgeline
  • If your 2011 Honda Ridgeline has the factory tow package with the factory 7-Way connector, then you will plug the Tekonsha Brake Controller Wiring Harness, part # 3070-P into the brake controller port which is located under the dashboard, to the left of the steering column. It will be taped to another wiring harness near the brake pedal. I am including a picture of the factory brake controller plug location under the dash on your 2011 Honda Ridgeline.
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  • What Brake Controller Install Harness is Needed for 2017 Honda Ridgeline
  • Yes, the brake controller install harness part # 3070-P that you referenced is also a fit for the 2017 Honda Ridgeline so you can use it to install in your new vehicle as well.
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  • Confirmation that the 3070-P Brake Controller Harness Does Fit 2016 Honda Pilot
  • There were some changes that threw us off for the 2016 Honda Pilot but we have personally confirmed here at etrailer that this harness, # 3070-P, does fit the 2016 Pilot. It turns out that the 2016 Acura MDX is the vehicle that this harness doesn't work with but it will work with the Pilot. The 3070-P is all you would need to install the Prodigy P2 part # 90885.
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  • Troubleshooting P2 Brake Controller 90885 Not Powering Up on a 2013 Honda Pilot
  • It sounds like you are missing the fuse in your smaller, secondary under-hood fuse box that powers the brake controller. I checked in a manual for a 2012 Honda Pilot, and it was the number 14 fuse labeled Trailer E-Brake. It should be close if not identical in your 2013 model. There should be a diagram on the underside of the fuse box cover you can use to verify this.
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  • No Power to Brake Controller on a 2019 Honda Ridgeline
  • The Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers part # 3070-P that you referenced is currently listed as a fit for a 2006 - 2018 Honda Ridgeline. The 2019 model year has not yet been confirmed (August 2018) which might be why you are having issues. The pins may or may not have carried over to the next model year. The fuse that will supply power to a brake controller on a 2019 Honda Ridgeline is a 20 amp circuit in the number 3 position on the driver's side under hood
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  • Tekonsha Primus IQ Brake Controller # TK90160 Not Working on 2009 Honda Pilot With # 3070-P Harness
  • The Tekonsha Wiring Harness, part # 3070-P, with the Tekonsha Primus IQ Brake Controller, part # TK90160, is for use on a 2009 Honda Pilot with the OEM tow package and the factory 7-Way trailer connector on the rear of your vehicle. You will want to make sure that your vehicle has the factory OEM tow package. The wire colors on your Honda factory brake controller connector could be different than the standard black, red, blue and white colors on the # 3070-P connector. Each vehicle
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  • No Green Light on Tekonsha Voyager Brake Controller on 2010 Honda Pilot when Connected to Trailer
  • The green light on the Tekonsha Voyager Brake Controller, # 39510, indicates that the trailer is connected to your Honda Pilot, so it will not come on unless a trailer is connected. If the green light does not come on when the trailer is connected, then there are a few things that could be causing the green light to stay off. The first thing I would check is the trailer brake fuse in the secondary under hood fuse box. There should be a 20-amp fuse in fuse location # 14. If there is
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