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Draw-Tite Activator IV Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Time Delayed
Replacement Brake Control Plug-In Harness for Tekonsha and Draw-Tite Brake Controller 12" Long

Part Numbers: 5504,20127

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Draw-Tite Activator IV Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Time Delayed
part number: 5504

Palm-size brake controller activates trailer brakes with preset intensity when you apply the brakes in your vehicle. Adjust power output and braking aggressiveness with easily accessible, up-front buttons. Digital display and manual override.

Features:

  • Brake controller activates trailer brakes with preset intensity
    • Signal is sent to trailer brakes when tow vehicle's brakes are activated
  • Adjustable power output lets you determine the amount of power sent to the trailer's brakes
    • Set to higher output when towing in hilly terrain or with a fully loaded trailer
    • Back off power when towing a lightweight or empty trailer
  • Sync setting lets you adjust the aggressiveness with which the brakes are activated
    • Increasing activation speed gives you full power output faster
    • Supplying power more gradually gives you smoother braking
  • Easy-to-read digital display communicates brake power output, sync setting, and error codes
    • Shows diagnostic codes for overloads and open grounds
  • Short circuit protected
  • Slide-bar manual override
  • Quick and easy installation
    • Can be mounted at any angle in any plane, and in any direction
    • Mounting bracket with hardware included
    • Plug-in, vehicle-specific brake-controller adapter (sold separately) can be used for certain applications to reduce installation time


Specs:

  • Application: trailers with up to 4 axles (8 brake assemblies)
    • Designed for use with electric brakes only
  • Dimensions: 4-3/16" long x 2-3/4" wide x 1" tall
  • Harness length: 8"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Time-Delayed Braking

The Activator IV 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 the set 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 user-set delay, no matter the braking situation. Although this delay always exists, it can be adjusted by changing the sync setting. The controller will continue to send out power to the trailer brakes as long as your foot is on the brake pedal, even when your truck and trailer have come to a stop.


Built-In Controls on the Activator IV


Built-In Controls on the Activator IV

The diagram above shows the controls and components of the Activator IV electric trailer brake controller.


Power Output Control

The power output control lets you set the maximum amount of power that will be applied to your trailer's brakes. Typically, the power output is only readjusted if you switch from a heavy, loaded trailer to a much lighter, empty trailer - or vice versa. During the initial setup process, use the plus and minus adjustment buttons on the top left of the Activator IV to adjust the output.


Sync Control

The sync setting represents the elapsed time from the point that the brakes are first applied to the point that the set power output reaches its maximum. This setting is responsible for determining the aggressiveness of the braking action.


To adjust the sync, use the plus and minus buttons on the top of the unit. If you want to reach maximum power output faster, press the plus button. To get smoother braking action by supplying power to the trailer brakes more gradually, press the minus button. You can alter the sync setting to suit your driving preferences or to improve handling based on changing road conditions or varied trailer loads.


Digital Display

The Activator IV brake controller features an easy-to-read LED window that displays the power settings as you adjust them. The power output is shown as a number, with 0 indicating minimum output and 10 indicating maximum output. The sync setting is shown as a number followed by the letter "o" to differentiate it from the output reading. The least aggressive sync setting is 0o and the most aggressive is 9o.


While braking, the unit displays the power output. To see or adjust the sync setting, step on your brake pedal and press either the plus or minus button at the same time.


The display will also show trouble codes to alert you to any potential problems, such as short circuits or overloads, or if there is an internal problem with the controller.


Slide-Bar Manual Override

The manual slide lever overrides the preset power output and allows the operator to engage the trailer brakes without using the vehicle's brakes. In addition to being a necessary safety feature, this option helps to control trailer sway by slowing the trailer to put it back solidly behind the tow vehicle.


You can also engage the manual override to help you move a sliding 5th-wheel hitch closer to your truck's tailgate for tight maneuvering during slow speed turns. Just apply the manual override to hold the trailer in place while slowly moving the tow vehicle forward.


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 or position it in any particular direction. As a result, mounting options are limitless, so long as you can still easily access the manual override.


Installation of the Activator IV 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 controller, you must remove the plug at the end of the integrated wiring harness.


Installation Accessories

A vehicle-specific, dual-mated wiring adapter is available for most newer trucks and SUVs with tow packages. One end of the custom adapter plugs into your vehicle's brake controller port, and the other end plugs into the controller - no hardwiring required.


A universal wiring harness (20127 - sold separately) that plugs into any Draw-Tite brake controller is also available. The 4 leads on the universal harness can then be hardwired into your vehicle. By splicing the universal adapter into your wiring instead of directly connecting the brake controller to your wiring, you gain the ability to unplug and remove the controller from your vehicle should the need arise.


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

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

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


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.



5504 Draw-Tite Act IV Electric Trailer Brake Controller - Time Based

Replaces 5500





Replacement Brake Control Plug-In Harness for Tekonsha and Draw-Tite Brake Controller 12" Long
part number: 20127

Tow Ready Replacement Plugin Harness for the Tekonsha P3, Voyager, Prodigy, and Primus Brake Controllers. Also works with Draw-Tite Intella-stop Xtreme, Intella-stop Ultra, Intella-stop Digital and Activator III (5520) brake controllers.

  • Wire leads measure approximately 12" long


Video of Draw-Tite Activator IV Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Time Delayed


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




Video Transcript for Draw-Tite Brake Controller 5504 Review

Today we're going to review part number 5504. This is is Draw-Tite Activator IV Time Delayed Trailer Brake Controller. This is designed for trailers from using one to four axles. This brake controller will activate your trailer brakes with a pre-set intensity. The signal is sent to your trailer brakes when your tow vehicle's brakes are activated. This time delayed brake controller is so-named that because there is a delay between the time that you initially apply the brakes on your tow vehicle and the time that the controller reaches the set maximum power output.

Although this delay will already exist, it can be adjusted by just changing your sync setting, right over here. What I am going to do, just so can go through these, is I have an example of a plug here. I'm going to plug this in, so we have power to it. Now that I got it plugged in, turn the power on and I just want to show you, initially if you do not have your trailer connected, when you try to apply the brakes all you will see is that red dot. That just means the trailer is not connected. I'm going to connect the wire to the trailer.

With that wire connected, you'll see, when we apply the brakes, it'll give you the readings. So, what we're going to do now is we're going to talk about it. The sync setting that I had mentioned, you can change that sync setting. This will let you adjust the aggressiveness in which the brakes are activated. Right here it says sync.

These buttons right up here at the top, the plus and minus button, what you'll do is you can increase your activations speed. It will give you full power output a lot faster, just by pushing the plus. Basically, if I go plus, you can see it raises it 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Nine is the highest. You go minus, you can see it brings it all the way down to 1, whoop it will go all the way down to 0, I'm sorry.

Zero up to nine, so that will . Now, if you decrease that activation speed . In other words, if you have it 5, let's say, and you put minus and go down to 4 or 3, when you're decreasing that activation speed, this will supply the power more gradually and give you a lot smoother braking. Over here is the gain, the power output control, which is also know as the gain. This part will let you determine the amount of power sent to your trailer and brakes. So, the same way as a plus and a minus. If you set it to a higher, you can see it goes up to 8. It goes up by half, all the way up to 10, 9.5, 9. So, if you go higher output, when tow . You'll use that when you're towing in like a hilly terrain or with a fully loaded trailer. If you go minus or back off the power, you'll do that when you're towing a light weight or an empty trailer, so it's going to control the amount of power sent to your trailer's brakes. The manual control slide lever right here, as you can see, this will override the preset power output and allows the operator to engage your trailer brakes without using your vehicles brakes. This will, if you'll notice, when you push this all the way, goes up to 7.5. Seven and a half you'll notice is what the gain setting was, so the gain is what you'll be . Whenever you push this slide lever, it's only going to go up to the maximum gain that you have set on it. It does have this nice, easy to read LED digital display. This will give you your brake power output, the sync setting. It'll also give you air codes. It'll show diagnostic codes for any overloads or open ground and it is short circuit protected. This is a very quick and easy installation, as I'm mentioned, it's a plug and play installation. What we do recommend . This can be mounted at any angle, at any plane, in any direction. Because it's not like a proportional brake controller, it doesn't rely on any inertia or the accelerometer in here. It doesn't rely on any of that, so it can be mounted in any direction. The mounting bracket, right here, and the hardware is included. As you can see, the bracket would just slide in there. You mount it up to the side and then to your vehicle. We do recommend when you do install this, it's possible to use a plug in vehicle specific brake controller adapter, which we do sell separately. Some vehicles will have this adapter plug that you can buy with the end that'll slide into the brake control. The other end can be either wired to your vehicle or it can have a plug that would match the brake controller port in your vehicle. Again, a few specs on this, the application . This is for trailers with up to 4 axles or 8 brake assemblies. It is designed for use with electric brakes only. The harness length off the controller is about 8" and this does come with a limited lifetime warranty. Again, just to show you, you're going to set the sync. You can go high or you can go minus and if you're going to set the gain, you can go up by half inch increments, all the way up to 10 or all the way down to 0. Then again, we have the gain set at 2, when you go apply your manual override, you'll see that it'll only go up to the maximum gain setting. That should do it for the review on part number 5504, the Draw-Tite Activator IV Time Delayed Trailer Brake Controller designed for one to four axles. .



Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite Activator IV Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Time Delayed - 5504

Replacement Brake Control Plug-In Harness for Tekonsha and Draw-Tite Brake Controller 12" Long - 20127

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (412 Customer Reviews)

Palm-size brake controller activates trailer brakes with preset intensity when you apply the brakes in your vehicle. Adjust power output and braking aggressiveness with easily accessible, up-front buttons. Digital display and manual override.

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by: Rick08/09/2014


This break controller and harness installs in a 2014 Silverado with factory wires already installed. If you want to install in the dash where the factory break controller should be ,it fits with some modifications. First be careful when cutting the back of dash board. The factory wires are connected to the back of the plastic that you will cut out. The wires are located top right of the panel. Stay away from this area. You will also need to cut out the back bottom to feed the plug from break controller to drivers side fuse panel and run down under the dash board on top of parking break. Remove the black cover next to break pedal and plug in the wire harness. You will need to cut out a piece of plastic on the side of the cover box next to the plug insert, because the harness is not long enough to route thru the top. The break controller will stick out of the dash about 2 inches. This gives access to top control buttons. I mounted it this way because I like it at eye level and not down by my knee. Also did not want to drill holes in my leather appointed dash. 145442


Comments

Control works great no problems

Rick - 08/09/2015

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by: Rob Rod05/13/2014


Exactly what I needed! 130328


Comments

Great.

Rob R - 05/13/2015

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by: Allen R.08/26/2014


I had an Activator 3, which I really liked, until it quit on me a few months ago. The controller would recognize that you were connected to a trailer, but would display all 0'set and you couldn't adjust it up. Then I swaped it for my brother's Activator 3 and it did the exact same thing, which is sad because I rarely tow, and my brothers hadn't even been hooked up yet. Both were about 3 years old. Anyway, I was going on a camping trip in the mountains pulling a 5th wheel camper, so I needed a replacement. I like the looks of this unit, it's narrower than the Activator 3, and it's black, which I like because it doesn't stand out in my tan interior, which is something I hated about the Activator 3, it was silver and was gaudy in a tan truck. I like that the manual brake switch is actually a potentiometer, and will vary the braking power depending on how far you move the lever. The Activator 3 is just a switch. I did like the gain adjuster wheel on the Activator 3, over the buttons, but it's no big deal. You usually only adjust by half points anyway, but if you wand to go from 9 to 3 for an example, it's kind of a pain where I have my controller tucked up in. Overall I am happy with it. The only concern I have is that the internals are probably the same as the Activator 3, so hopefully theyou got that fixed and this one doesn't quit on me in 3 years. I know the have a lifetime warranty, but I didn't have time to do a warranty claim on my last unit. 148609



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by: MelF10/15/2015


Installation was very easy in my Tahoe thanks to the information available on your website. While I didn't need to call for assistance from your team, reading other reviews gave me confidence to place my order. Add to this that your price was very competitive, the quick shipping, and you can count me as a very satisfied customer! 230063


Comments

Still the handiest controller I have. I pull it out of the console and plug it up when needed and store it when I dont. Stays out of the way except when needed. Functions beautifully with my car hauler or my camper. I would definitely make the same choice again today.

MelF - 10/14/2016

21509

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by: Eric01/14/2013


I installed this product and all seems well. I haven't used it yet however. Note, there was some confusion about if it was a 'plug in' module or if cutting and splicing was needed. But etrailer's support was easy to contact and quickly resolved the confusion. 62904


Comments

Ive only used this a few times over the year, but it works perfectly each time.It works as well as any of the more expensive models Ive used in other vehicles.

Eric - 07/15/2014

5614

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by: William12/05/2017


etrailer Folks, The support I got before zeroing in on what I needed (installing brake controller on 2012 Jeep Liberty) was exact and receipt of all 3 items was as projected. Primary and extremely helpful guidance to installation was provided by the video on similar installation in a 2008 Liberty. The printed structions that came with it made a good checklist that ensured I didn't overlook anything. When finished I took the trailer for a trial run and everything worked great. I am certainly pleased with the equipment and service you provided. As a septugenarian, the only note I can offer is to suggest with installation "removal of the driver's seat." Just kidding, but be prepared for a sore back! Thanks for a great job, Bill 457283



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by: Chris C10/09/2016


If your truck comes with the tow haul package.... this item is literally plug and play. I had it wired up and all mounted inside of thirty minutes. It's literally 4 wires and the stock system wires are labeled along with the brake contoller. I haven't tested it yet but so far I am thoroughly impressed! 304865



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by: Larry R03/28/2014


Just what I needed, my new brake controller did not include a harness so this universal one sliced right into the existing wires. 122734


Comments

perfect fit, no problems after a year, made for a clean installation.

Larry R - 03/28/2015

10422

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by: NHpro09/14/2016


I installed in 1 day on 2012 Subaru Forester. The install went very well and I was able to feed the wire through the frame rail right up to the front and then up into the engine compartment. This made for an 80% hidden install under the car. The rear part of the frame rail has a plastic plug that pops off and gives you entry for your wire. Just notch the plug when finished and pop it back in for a professional look. The firewall also has a plug that pops off for the wire to go into the car for the brake controller connection. Notch this plug as well when finished and pop it back in for a tight seal, just like the frame rail. I have been pleased with the performance so far. 295441



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by: Patrick09/03/2014


everything was exactly as described. fit perfectly on my truck. 149899


Comments

Brake controller is working great!! No complaints.

Patrick - 09/03/2015

14744

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by: Jake O06/10/2017


Make the pigtails a little longer, say another 6-12". Comments: A) It was a challenge to find the correct wiring for the red control wire for my 3rd generation Toyota 4Runner (1996). I have suggestions for anyone else in this predicament with a 4Runner. B) The wiring diagram for the Draw-tite I-command Brake Control shows the controller is always ON -- i.e., directly wired to battery. Instead of plugging unplugging the pigtail, a rocker switch would be much more convenient. Draw-tite does not list amperage for idle /braking modes. This would specify the type of rocker switch. 391434



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by: Jeff T05/31/2015


works well. allows me to use my controller in multiple vehicles 199281


Comments

works well. allows me to use my controller

jeff - 05/31/2016

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by: Dan09/10/2014


Great products. Fit great in my truck. Very far delivery!! 150562


Comments

Working great. No complaints

Dan - 09/10/2015

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by: Keith P01/13/2013


Easy to install, works great 62851


Comments

fine..

Keith P - 07/14/2014

5603

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by: m. martinez08/19/2014


great 147472


Comments

very good and still perfect

m. m - 08/19/2015

14405

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by: Mike M.10/07/2013


This is the perfect solution to splice wire a Tekonsha controller into a vehicle that had already been wired for another controller ...a '98 GMC pickup that did not have the factory "plug and play" capability of the newer models. The original controller does not have a connector and is hard-wired into the truck. To swap in the Tekonsha the old controller wiring must be cut, the old controller removed and this "pigtail" harness spliced in place. Fortunately the color coding is the same and the task is relatively simple. 102783



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by: Simon H.02/06/2012


This hand break is exactly what I was looking for. I had one on an old truck that I had sold and wanted to put one in one of my newer trucks. I kind of knew what to expect - what I didn't expect was the exceptional customer service I received from etrailer. I placed my order and the people at etrailer kept me informed on every step of the delivery process up to and including delivery (even what door it was delivered to at my house) Now that's what I call service!! Will definitely use etrailer again!! Thank you 31219



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by: Rodger G01/30/2016


The draw tite brake controller arrived very quick. I installed it very easy on my 2015. Ram. I called Tekonsa and made sure what plug in wiring adapter need it was the 3024 p. I was told by service tech Tekconsa that they maiddraw tite. Also the guy from etrailer I order from new all the questions, very good at his job. I installed it in about an hour and that was finding the best place. The adapter plug is above the gas peddle. Will from etrailer again. Good Luck you will be satisfied. 236610



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by: Rick R01/01/2017


Great product. It plugged into the trailer brake controller I order just like I hoped it would. The wires were about 14 gauge, nice and heavy. (Better quality than the GM factory wiring that was in my truck.) Each wire was labeled, for example: brake, ground, etc. I am glad that I ordered it. Why? Because if I hadn't, the factory installed wiring in my truck, and the wiring on my brake controller, would not have been long enough. So, buying this product was money well spent! 329262



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by: Maribeth R.10/16/2014


This brake controller was remarkably easy to install and worked well right out of the box. I followed the recommendation of etrailer for my make and model of truck, a 2000 Chevy Suburban, and everything was exactly as depicted in the video. After viewing the video I felt as if I had done it before when I went to install my device. I was surprised that it really was as easy as it had appeared in the video. Great job, etrailer! I will definitely be back! 156382



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by: Kyle R.02/06/2012


Easy to install but I think this product should come with butt connectors. I ordered ETCB7 with this item and I did not have enough connectors to attach the wires going out to ground, positive post, and trailer brakes. Still a good product. SIDE NOTE: Attaching the red wire to the cold side brake switch wire is a pain and I highly recommend using a decent voltage tester in the wires and not some cheap one or you will have a long day. 31166



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by: Ron04/15/2013


Great brake controller. Bought the adapter plug and had it installed and ready to go in the truck in less than 30 mins. Easy to set and adjust. Customer service was great. Needed it shipped to me fast. Called and the lady in customer service made sure it was shipped that day and arrived to me in 2 days. She sent me emails making sure I knew when it shipped. Great company to deal with. Would definitely order from them again. 76020



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by: Rick E.01/16/2017


My son just bought a Popup camper. So we bought a draw-tite class lll frame hitch receiver pn75073, a draw-tite brake controller pn5504, a universal brake control wiring kit pnETBC7, and a custom fit wire harness pn118329 for his truck. It took us a couple of hours to install. The instructions were spot on. He hooked up the camper to his truck, and drove off. Worked as advertised. (hope I get to see him soon!!) 335704



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by: Dan M.04/29/2013


Product is simple and strait forward to install. Controls are simple and doesn't take a lot of messing around with to get the hang of. My only gripe is that I wish instead of having self tapping screws to mount to the car, it came with bolts/nuts. That way you don't have a pointy screw protruding out the back of a panel and possibly running through what's behind the panel or rubbing on other wires. 78265



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by: john m.07/28/2015


Brake controller is light weight and compact with very few controls to operate. all in all a nice unit. Install kit is nice and has plenty of connectors to install the system but no extra ones. 7 pin plug and housing are plastic so make sure it is installed in a safe place. instructions are complete and easy to follow and the wiring diagram is color coded. Makes for a fairly quick install. 214935



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by: Chris04/09/2017


I received the products in my order promptly. I got delivery the day before I had to leave town for a few days, so I haven't installed the brake controller yet. But I got exactly what I ordered, and they followed up to see that I had complete satisfaction. I have to say it has been a pleasurable buying experience, and I have already recommended your site to a couple of friends. 366976



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by: bowtieollie04/18/2017


Excellent quality and strength. Why skimp on something as important as your hitch? I have purchased three of these Draw Tites - I guess a repeat customer will scream about the true quality a company can garner from repeat customers. When you pull show cars worth six figures, you can't afford a poorly made hitch. Step up, step out, and don't fret what you are pulling. 371588



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by: Truques P04/24/2017


I had the draw tite break controller and needed the harness etrailer had what I was looking for and in deed was the exact same harness. The video for the break control install was easy and exact. I hooked this up myself and saved money instead of having someone else doing it. I will continue to buy from etrailer as I found other products I could need in the future. 371612



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by: Arthur B.09/19/2016


Not a real exciting purchase here, but it was what I needed. I sold a vehicle and kept the brake controller, but left all of the wiring intact for the next owner. This plug fit my DirecLink brake controller by Tuson. My new truck provided a wire bundle with no connector, hence the purchase. It was an exact fit with the proper sized wires. No troubles, it works. 296527



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by: Bob l11/15/2014


Very happy with all products I bought I ordered 4 brake kits 3 harness and a brake away also a battery kit with charge very satisfied with the sleds people I dealt with very thing was shipped in a timely manner even had a return which a went very smoothly this will be my goto place for all my trailer parts thinking about changing all lights to led next summer 161138



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by: Bobby02/25/2017


I receive the item exactly when I was expecting it and fit my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland with very little effort. It was 4 screws and connecting to push in connectors. The cable that came with the breaking system fit perfectly. I saved money on the braking system and with not need a mechanic to put it in. I would recommend this to anyone. 345803



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by: Tom O06/11/2016


Working with Ashley was very helpful to get the proper parts ordered for towing with my Silverado. I haven't had a chance to install the ordered brake controller which by the way came promptly to my house, but looks pretty straight forward. Thanks 260410



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by: Lee Roy02/27/2017


To begin, I have to say I was extremely impressed by the fast shipping and friendly emails. The product itself appears to be very well made. The installation video I saw on the etrailer.com website made installation a breeze. Product works like a charm. Had no difficulty finding the right settings when towing my car. Works as it should. 346532



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by: RJ06/29/2017


Took off 1 star because shipping took 9 days to receive, other than that everything arrived in good shape packaging was perfect everything went together flawlessly after watching a couple of the very helpful videos. now all that is left is test it out on a trailer. I will definitely pick up all my trailer needs from etrailer, Thanks guys 400231



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by: Ed M04/18/2017


I was nervous about wiring into an Outback with 100 miles on it, so I ordered by phone. I was given everything to make it an easy, safe job. That, along with the online videos, made it easy. At the dealer, i was quoted 450 for the hitch and another 450 to install a brake controller. Through you, I did both for less than 300. Thanks much. 369348



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by: Brian Z01/27/2015


Got the Activator II by Draw Tite from E Trailer. Ordered and it came in in a week. Opened it up read the instructions and actually had it installed in minutes. The thing that took me the longest was deciding where to mount. The plug and play adapter worked perfectly with my 2006 F150. Works great with my horse trailer. Thanks Etrailer!!! 171442



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by: RICHARD G HOULE12/19/2013


WE AT HOULE MOTOR SPORTS RACING LOOK FOR GOOD PRODUCTS AND FAST HOOK UP, WE HAVE FOUND BOTH AT ETRAILER, WE HOPE TO DO MORE BECAUSE OF THE VERY FAST SERVICE AND GOOD COST OF PRODUCTS AND EASY INSTALLATION, I LOVE THE WIRING KIT, EVERY THING THAT IS NEEDED AND MORE, NO TRIPS TO THE STORE , THANK YOU DICK HOULE OF HOULE MOTOR SPORTS RACING 110602



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by: Mark05/17/2011


Does what I needed it to do - allows me to hook my P3 up to my truck that didn't come with a trailer brake port. Plastic clip is pretty cheap though, broke the first time I went to unclip it from the P3 for removal. It's still tight enough to not fall out but still, the original Tekonsha-supplied clip still works fine in my other truck. 14532



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by: Paul V.09/04/2012


Installing this into my 2005 Tahoe was a breeze. If you just follow the directions and check out etrailers videos you should have no problem. I went from a small popup to a bigger hybrid so I had to get the EBC system. This sure beats taking it to the RV or Dealer store and paying retail plus labor. Thanks etrailer.com 53924



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by: Lou S09/09/2015


This product was just what I Needed for my 2002 toyota tundra. I installed a 7 pin harness along with a brake controller. I watched a video first by e trailer then did the installation. took me several hours but I took my time. Everything installed without a problem and is working great. Thanks for a great product 224634



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by: Peet06/29/2016


Nice controller that doesn't take up a lot of space. Installation was so easy that I wonder how places charge $200+ to do this. Found a nice spot to mount bracket, plugged wire harness in, attached controller to bracket & used 3 zip ties to get wires out of the way. Total install time was less than 15 minutes 266211



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by: James W06/21/2013


Sir, I recieved the brake controller & wiring harness promptly & the unit was well packaged. Yesterday I installed the controller on my 2002 Ford 150 pickup. Everything went well and the harness plugged right in. Iam very well pleased with the unit & the service I recieved from your company. Many thanks, James 85408



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by: James03/15/2013


Received my order ahead of time and found the components and instructions top notch. The finished installation took five hours and thanks to etrailer's wiring harness looks clean and professional. I will be recommending them to my friends as the best source for parts and components, web or bricks and mortar. 70800



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by: James03/15/2013


Received my order ahead of time and found the components and instructions top notch. The finished installation took five hours and thanks to etrailer's wiring harness looks clean and professional. I will be recommending them to my friends as the best source for parts and components, web or bricks and mortar. 70796



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by: K Maconachy01/30/2012


The Product was easily to find on your site. I was able to browse controllers specifically for my truck. The controller arrived as expecteed. I was kept informed on the order, shipment and delivery, and it came right when you said it would. It installed easily in about 1/2 hour. All the tests we did worked well. 30629



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by: del allen11/07/2016


the product i bought was good and easy to mount. The delivery service was awesome i think i got it in 2 or 3 days, i was very impressed. My order qualified for free shipping and the equipment i got was very compeditivley priced. Very happy with your company and i would definately reffer your company to anyone. 314441


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by: Rand G.10/01/2014


bunch of wires on a snap on connector...worked as it is supposed too. Would have liked to have ordered it with the original order for the "controller" but I thought it came with the "controller". I didn't realize it was a seperate purchase. Probably my bad. Anyhow, e-trailer is a great supply source! 153818



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by: ruth11/27/2016


got our order from you and was nice to do business with you Thank you 319982



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by: Mike B.05/04/2011


Wonderfully fast delivery. Excellent follow after the order and upon delivery as well; the product is as stated and just what I needed. I've order from eTrailer in the past (Hopkins Engager Trailer BreakAway Kit with Charger and Tester) and was just as pleased with the product. Thank you eTrailer. 12906



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by: Shawn H05/14/2013


Break controller works perfect. I also bought a 7 way as my truck didn't have one installed only a 4pole. Ordered the etcb7 kit but didn't wait for it to come went to local hardware store and automotive store and bought the wire and breakers had it all wired in a few hours( weather wouldn't cooperate) 80128


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  • OEM Electric Brake Controller Not Working when Brake Pedal is Pressed on a 2006 Ford F250
  • From your testing and description of the problem it sounds as if your OEM brake controller is not functioning properly. Many of the 2005 and 2006 Ford OEM brake controllers had internal issues that cause owners to replace them with an aftermarket brake controller. The best way to test this is to sever the output wire that exits the OEM controller and test it for power when the brake pedal is pressed. If no voltage increase is detected on the output wire when the brake pedal is pressed,
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  • Display of the Draw-Tite Activator II Brake Controller When Not Connected to a Trailer
  • The Draw-Tite Activator II Brake Controller, # 5500, will not display numbers under any function when the trailer is not connected. You should only see a single decimal on the display. Check out the video that I made showing you how the brake controller should function without a trailer connected. If you do not have any signal on the display, then there could be an electrical issue that is preventing power from reaching the brake controller. If this is the case, I would recommend using
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  • Wiring a Brake Controller on a 1995 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 LS
  • Yes, you will be able to install the Draw-Tite Activator IV Brake Controller, item # 5504, on your 1995 Chevrolet 2500 Silverado LS. You will not need the Universal Brake Control Wiring Adapter 1999-02 Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac, item # 3025-S, on the 1995 model because there is no factory port under the dash to plug the adapter in to. Chevrolet did not start putting the brake controller wiring port under the dash until 1999 so you will need to hard wire the brake controller on your 1995
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  • What Color is the Brake Switch Wire to Use to Install a Draw Tite Activator Brake Controller
  • The wire you will want to use on your 1999 Ford Explorer should be a solid green wire. I would double-check with a circuit tester like the # 3808 to be sure. The 12 volt power source that runs to the 7-way is for auxiliary circuits like a winch or lights like you mentioned. In order for your brake controller to activate the brakes on your trailer you will not need to have this circuit wired up.
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  • What Does The Code OL Mean on Draw-Tite Activator Brake Controller # 5504
  • If the display on your Draw-Tite Activator Brake Controller, part # 5504, shows the letters OL,or Overload Code, that is an indication that there is a short in the Blue wire circuit. The Blue wire supplies power from the controller back to the trailer connector and to the brakes. You will want to inspect the Blue wire connection at the brake controller and at the back of the 7-way on the back of your vehicle. You will also want to inspect the inside of the vehicle side connector and
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  • Which is Best Digital Brake Controller at the Lowest Cost for a 2000 Chevrolet C1500
  • Brake controllers are divided into two categories, time delayed like the Draw-Tite Activator IV Electric Trailer Brake Controller, item # 5504, that you mentioned, and proportional like the Tekonsha PRIMUS IQ Electronic Brake Controller, item # TK90160, which has a digital display. These are the two lowest cost digital readout controllers in each category. A time delayed brake controller sends a predetermined amount of braking power to the trailer and then there is a delay as the unit
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  • Gain Control And Sync Settings On Draw-Tite Brake Controller
  • According to the instructions for the Draw-Tite Brake Controller, part # 5504, you will need to adjust the Sync and Gain controls when you have the trailer loaded. There is no scale available that tells you what the best number is for a particular weight as the road conditions and loads will vary. The Sync Control adjusts the brake aggressiveness and should be changed to the driver preference. The Gain Control should be set up during the initial setup and it controls the amount
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  • Troubleshooting OL Error Code On a Draw-Tite Activator IV Brake Controller # 5504
  • On the Draw-Tite Activator III Brake Controller, part # 5504, the OL designation on the display will mean overload. The cause of this is most likely a bad ground or a short to the blue brake out put wire. I am including a link to the instructions on the Draw-Tite brake controller. The first thing I would check is the connector on the back of your vehicle. Any dirt or corrosion can be causing a bad ground or a short to the brake output pin. The solution is to clean out the connector and
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  • Why is my Brake Controller Reading Overload and How Can I Find Where the Problem is?
  • If your controller, item # 5504, is reading overload without the trailer connected then that means there is a short in the blue trailer feed wire on the vehicle. If the controller is reading overload only when the trailer is connected then there is a short or overload in the trailer wiring or breaks. Use a circuit tester, item # 3808 if you need one, to test the wiring to find out where the short is. If it is on the trailer end and you cannot find a wiring problem then the problem
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  • Troubleshooting No Power to Wire Harness for Trailer Brakes
  • There are a few things you will need to do under the hood of your 2004 Chevy Silverado before you will have power at the wiring harness. You will need to remove the bracket in the corner closest to the driver (see pic step A on the link below that I attached). Next, you will need to remove the top cover of the Accessory Fuse Block. Next, remove the lower cover to the fuses. Next, you will want to locate the blue and red wires that are normally located next to the fuse block on the
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  • Installing a Brake Controller on a 2012 Harley Davidson Motorcycle for Towing a Aspen Sentry Trailer
  • I spoke with Aspen trailer to get some details for you, they recommend a time delayed brake controller for their trailers with electric brakes. The representative there said that many of their customers have excellent performance from the Activator IV electric trailer brake controller by Draw-Tite, # 5504. The advantage of a time delayed brake controller on a motorcycle is that it can be positioned in any way, so you can easily find a mounting location that is out of the way but still
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  • Troubleshooting OL Code on the Draw-Tite Activator IV Brake Controller
  • The OL code on the Draw-Tite Activator IV Brake Controller, # 5504, indicates a short on the brake controller output circuit somewhere between the brake controller and the brake assemblies on the trailer. This is the blue wire coming from the brake controller. A common situation that causes this is a damaged or corroded trailer connector. Carefully examine the metal pins on the trailer plug and vehicle socket for corrosion. It is possible that the corrosion might have spread to the
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  • Electric Brakes Pulsating On Travel Trailer When Stopping
  • There could be many possibilities that are causing the pulsating of your brakes on your 2008 Ford E350. A few possibilities to start with would be to use a circuit tester like the Quickee Tester, part # 3808, and check the connection of your stoplight wire from the brake controller to your stoplight switch. This wire needs to be connected to the cold side of the stoplight switch, which will only show power when the brake pedal is applied. You will also want to check all the connections
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  • Which Plug Under The Dash Is The Factory Brake Controller Plug On A 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty
  • On your 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty with the towing package the brake controller plug connector is located under the dash, near the steering column. You will be looking for a 6 prong rectangular plug. The location for the plug should be under the steering column toward the left. If you have the factory brake controller adapter it will plug into the plug under the dash and the bare wires will be attached to the brake controller color to color. If you need a brake controller wiring adapter
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  • Draw Tite Activator IV Displays Decimal or Dot and Does Nothing When Manual Switch is Activated
  • According to the instructions, when you have a decimal or dot displayed, it signals that there is no trailer connected. Without a trailer connected, there is no complete brake circuit so pressing the manual switch will do nothing. Try connecting a trailer first and following the setup portion of the instructions. In case you do not have your instructions, I have included a link to them below. I attached an FAQ page on brake controllers that you might find informative to the right.
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  • Troubleshooting Reese Brake Controller Digital Display With No Trailer Connected
  • I believe the Reese Brakeman Brake Controller you mention is the same controller as the Activator IV Brake Controller, part # 5504. You will want to make sure your controller is wired correctly. If you take a look at the attached instructions for the # 5520, you will see that it states that you will have the dot displayed when the trailer is not connected. When you hook the trailer up you will see the digital displays. Under the CONTROLS section it states that the Output setting
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  • Troubleshooting ER Code on a Draw-Tite Activator IV Brake Controller
  • I wish I had better news for you, but the ER code means the controller is broken and needs to be replaced. If you check out the installation instructions I attached you will see that in the troubleshooting chart the ER code means internal problem and the only solution is to replace the controller. Before you replace the controller I would go over the wiring of your trailer and trailer connectors looking for anything that could have caused a short such as corrosion or exposed wire and
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  • Installing A Brake Controller In A 2016 Infinity QX80
  • If you have a factory 7-way on your 2016 Infinity QX80, then you will only need the Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Nissan and Infiniti # 3050-P to get your Draw-Tite Activator IV Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 4 Axles - Time Delayed brake controller # 5504 to function correctly. If you do not have the factory 7-way, then you will need to start with a 4 way connection. If you don't already have one, I recommend using the ZCI Circuit Protected Vehicle
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  • Troubleshooting Poor Brakes on a Triple Axle Trailer with One Wheel Locking Up
  • Wire size, brake shoes, hubs or magnets could be the problem here. You will need to inspect the trailer brakes to see what is causing your situation. We have a video (see link) that will help you to determine the problem and I will outline how to check things for you. If the brakes on one or more axles are worn significantly more than on other axles you may need to replace the brakes. In this situation I would replace all of the brake shoes at the same time to ensure even braking (see
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  • Parts Needed for Brake Controller Installation on a 1990 Chevy 1500 and 2003 Chevy Silverado 1500
  • You can certainly use the Activator IV Brake Controller, # 5504, on both your 1990 Chevy and the 2003 model. For the 1990, you will need the brake controller, 4-Way wiring harness # 118312 (unless the truck already has it), and a 4 and 7 Way Installation Kit, # ETBC7. You will first install the 4-Way wiring harness. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. You will then install the ETBC7. I have included a link to an FAQ article and video that explain
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  • Installing a Brake Controller on a 1988 GMC K 1500 Pickup Truck
  • GM did not install a brake controller adapter port in the C/K series pick up trucks, so there are no plug-in adapters that will allow you to install a brake controller without having to run wires. If you already have 7-way connector at the rear of your truck, then you could use wiring kit # 5506. This kit includes a duplex wire to run a brake output circuit from the brake controller to your 7-way and to run a wire from the brake controller to the battery (via the circuit breaker) and
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  • What Do I Need to Wire a Basic 4-Way Trailer Connector on a 1996 Toyota Tacoma Pickup
  • Since the 1996 Toyota Tacoma has separate turn and brake signals, a converter is necessary. Fortunately, there is a plug-and-play harness, part # 118379, available for your Tacoma that makes installing very easy. It simply plugs in-line with the tail light connectors behind the tail light housings. Then you connect the ground wire to a good ground point on the truck frame and you are done. I have added a link to the part and a video of it being installed on a 2000 Tacoma. I have also
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  • Installing Brake Controller on 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan with FactoryTow Package
  • It sounds like your Grand Caravan is wired like the Jeep Grand Cherokee. I have confirmed this by speaking with my contact at Tekonsha. He tells me that the wire you located is indeed the brake control output circuit. This wire would be ran through the firewall and would connect to the blue wire on the brake controller. To complete the installation, you will connect the white wire of the controller pigtail # 20127 to the negative battery terminal, the black controller wire to the positive
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  • Where to Splice Brake Light Wire From Brake Controller To Stoplight Wire
  • Since your vehicle does not have a brake controller port, you will want to use a universal wiring pigtail. For example, if you have a Tekonsha brake controller, you could use a Plug-In Harness for Tekonsha and Draw-Tite Brake Controllers # 20127. You will want to use a circuit tester, like # 40376, to test the wires at the stoplight switch at the back of your brake pedal to find the wire that only has signal when the brake pedal is depressed. Once you have found the wire that only produces
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  • Installing a Trailer Brake Controller on a 2012 Dodge Caravan with Tow Package
  • I spoke with a colleague who worked at Chrysler and he stated that they do not put the trailer hitch and 7-Way wiring on the Grand Caravan at the factory. That is something that the dealer installs. In any event here is what you will need to do. The brake controller will need to be hardwired into the vehicle. The white wire on the brake controller will need to get connected directly to the negative terminal on the vehicle battery. The black wire will need to connect to a 30 amp circuit
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  • Which Brake Switch Wire is Used When Installing Brake Controller on 2008 Dodge Ram 1500
  • A brake controller has four wires exiting the rear of the controller, they attach as follows: the red wire attaches to the brake stoplight switch located at the top of the brake pedal. The color of the correct wire on the brake switch is usually a white wire with a tan stripe, but it could vary so it is best to find the correct wire you will need by testing the wires for function. The stoplight switch can have several wires exiting it, you will need a circuit tester like Quickee Tester,
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  • Parts Needed to Install a Brake Controller in a 2013 Ford Edge
  • You will need to hardwire in a brake controller on your 2013 Ford Edge. First you will need to convert the 4-way to a 7-way. For that you will need an Brake Controller Installation Kit # ETBC7. This comes with everything you will need to install a fully functional 7-way and brake controller in your vehicle. I attached installation instructions and an install video for this product for you to check out. If you do not have a brake controller picked out yet check out the Prodigy P2
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  • Brake Controller Pigtail Wiring Harness For Infiniti QX 80
  • We do carry wiring pigtails for Tekonsha prodigy trailer Brake Controllers that will work on your 2014 Infiniti QX80. I have attached a link to a help article that explains installation of a brake controller. If you are looking for just the pigtail that attaches to the controller I recommend the Brake Control Plug-In Harness for Tekonsha and Draw-Tite Brake Controller, part # 20127. This harness has 12 inch wire leads. If you prefer a harness with longer wire leads, I recommend the
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  • Tekonsha Prodigy Blowing the IG Meter Fuse on a 2007 Honda Ridgeline RT
  • You can test your Prodigy brake controller without plugging the brake controller into your 2007 Honda Ridgeline RT. You will need a 12 volt power source, a vehicle battery will work, and I recommend using the replacement Brake Control Plug-In Harness, # 20127, so you do not have to cut into your wiring harness. You will connect the white wire from the harness to the negative battery terminal and the black wire to the positive terminal. This should provide power to the brake controller
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  • Electric Trailer Brake Controller Recommendation for a 2009 Volkswagen Touareg TDI
  • I recommend the Tekonsha P2, # 90885. It is one of our highest rated and most popular brake controller models. If your Touareg has a factory tow package, then you will just need to connect the wires from the brake controller to the tow package wires under the dash. The tow package wiring may be located behind the lower appearance panel beneath the dash and to the right of the emergency brake pedal. It may be on the left, wrapped in grey foam. I have included a link to an FAQ article
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  • Installing a Brake Controller on 2013 Mazda CX-5 with 7-Way Installed
  • Since you have a 7-Way you will only need a few more components to complete a brake controller install on your vehicle. For a wiring kit to install the brake controller and the 7-way adapter you would want the Wiring Kit for 2 and 4 Brake Electric Brake Controllers # 5506. This will provide the power source and ground for the wiring for the brake controller. You will need to test the wires from the brake pedal switch of your vehicle to find a circuit that has voltage when the brakes
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  • Hardwire Trailer Brake Controller Installation on a 2001 Dodge Van 1500
  • Installing a brake controller on your 2001 Dodge 1500 Van is a hardwire installation. In addition to the brake controller and the wiring harness like # 20127, you may also need a 4 and 7 Way Installation kit, # ETBC7 depending on what type of trailer connector is on the van. If the van already has a 7-Way trailer connector, you will need to add a brake controller installation kit, # 5506. On the back of the 7-Way connector, find the wire that is coming out of the 7:00 position. Cut the
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  • How to Find the Brake Switch Wire to Install a Brake Controller in a 2013 Ford Edge
  • Traditionally (at least from 2004 to 2007) Ford has used a green wire on the brake switch to attach to the red wire on a brake controller. However, the only way to know for sure is to test the wires using a circuit tester like # 3808. Manufacturers can use any wire they want and if they run out of the normal color they use, they grab whatever is available to keep the assembly line moving. To test the wire use the circuit tester to probe the wires. You need the one that only shows power
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  • Parts Needed to Install a Trailer Brake Controller In a 1995 Chevy K Series Z71 Pickup
  • The replacement brake controller cable # 20127 plugs into the back of a Tekonsha brake controller. The blunt cut wire ends get hardwired to a vehicle, so it would work with your 1995 Chevy K Series pickup truck. To install a brake controller you will need 3 items. First you will need a 4-Way trailer wiring harness unless the truck already has a 4-Way. You can use # 118315 to add a 4-Way. I have linked the installation instructions for you. Next you will need a 4 and 7 way installation
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  • Determining If My 2003 Ford F150 Is Already Wired for A Brake Controller
  • The connector behind the tray in the dash is for connecting the afermarket brake controller. All you should need to do is obtain the Wiring Adapter and a brake controller. One end of the adapter would wire to the brake controller, the other end would plug into the connector that you have already located. We offer a large selection of brake controllers. I would recommend a proportional controller, such as the Tekonsha Prodigy P2, part number 90885. The Prodigy is very easy to use
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  • Where to Connect the Stoplight Wire on Brake Controller Pigtail
  • To install the Tekonsha PowerTrac Brake Controller # 39523 in your 2006 Ford Escape, the red wire on your brake controller harness # 20127 needs to be connected to the stoplight switch under the dash in your vehicle. There should be a wire for the stoplight switch on the back of the brake pedal. You will want to use a circuit tester, like # 40376, to find the wire that has signal only when the brake pedal is depressed. Testing the wires is the best way to be sure which wire is the one
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  • Does the Tow Package Wiring on a 2008 Chevy Colorado Match a Brake Controller Color for Color
  • On the 2008 Chevy Colorado with a factory tow package, the wiring for a brake controller is located under the dash, to the left of the brake pedal. The wire bundle should have a white tag on it that also lists the functions of each wire. You will need to match the wires to the brake controller by function, not by color. On the brake controller, white is ground, black is 12 volt power, blue goes out to the trailer connector, and red is in from the stop light circuit on the brake switch. It
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  • Finalizing Final Under Hood Wiring Connections for Brake Controller on 2009 GMC Sierra
  • It sounds as if the final power connection needs to be made under the hood. If you take a look at the Brake Controller Installation FAQ article I have linked you to, and scroll to the bottom of the page, you can see the procedure for finalizing the connections under the hood. The wire that provides power to the brake controller is located to the right of the power distribution box, between the box and the fender. Cut the electrical tape and free the red wire with the ring terminal on
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  • Adding a 6-Way Trailer Connector and Brake Controller to a 2007 Ford Explorer with Factory 4-Way
  • In order to install a brake controller and a 6-Way connector on a 2007 Ford Explorer that has a factory 4-Way you will need 2 items. First you will need the brake controller itself. I recommend the Tekonsha P2, # 90885, because it is one of our best selling controllers because it is easy to use and set up. Then you will need installation kit # ETBC6. This kit is needed because all of the wiring is not ran to the back of an Explorer that has the 4-Way. I have included some links that
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  • Tow Package Wiring Colors and Functions for a 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 New Body Style
  • the wire bundle you are looking for looks like the one in the FAQ article I have linked for you. It is located under the left side of the instrument panel to the left of the steering column. The wiring colors should be as follows: Red/black wire = 12 volt power White = ground Light blue/white = input from brake switch Dark blue = output to trailer brakes Orange = not used There also may be some connections that you will need to make under the hood to make everything fully functional.
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