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Tekonsha POD Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed

Tekonsha POD Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed

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This time-delayed brake controller is designed to mount at any angle, even upside down. The controls are all up front for easy access, including a slide-bar manual override and a thumbwheel for braking output. LED indicator shows your braking status. Great Prices for the best trailer brake controller from Tekonsha. Tekonsha POD Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed part number 39523 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Tekonsha Trailer Brake Controller - 39523

  • Electric
  • Time Delayed Controller
  • Up to 2 Axles
  • Tekonsha
  • Indicator Lights
  • Dash Mount
  • Under-Dash Box
  • Automatic Leveling
  • Up to 360 Degrees

This time-delayed brake controller is designed to mount at any angle, even upside down. The controls are all up front for easy access, including a slide-bar manual override and a thumbwheel for braking output. LED indicator shows your braking status.


  • Brake controller activates trailer brakes with preset intensity
  • Adjustable power output lets you select the amount of braking force
    • Simple thumbwheel lets you change setting
  • LED indicator on front of unit shows you your braking status
    • Green light indicates that brakes are connected
    • Color changes to orange and then to red as the power output increases
  • Slide-bar manual override is within easy reach for controlling trailer sway or stopping in emergencies
  • Quick and easy installation with no mounting restrictions - can be installed in any direction
    • Designed to be mounted upside down and still have a readable display
    • Mounting bracket and hardware included
    • Plug-in, vehicle-specific brake control adapter (sold separately) available for select vehicles to reduce installation time


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

Easy-to-Access Brake Controller

Tekonsha POD Controls and Components

The Tekonsha POD is designed to mount in any direction, and it's especially suited for mounting on near-vertical dashes. All the controls are on the front of the module, so you can still access them with the controller tucked away in a convenient place.

Tekonsha POD review

Braking Output

Braking output is the maximum amount of power that will be applied to your trailer's brakes. How much braking output you need is determined by the weight of your trailer; a heavier trailer will need more power to bring it to a stop. You want to set the braking output as high as you can without locking up the brakes. Once you've set up the brake controller the first time, you shouldn't need to adjust the settings until the trailer load changes, you switch trailers, or road conditions change. Use the thumbwheel on the side to change the braking output level. The output setting will appear as a number on the digital display, with a higher number indicating higher braking power.

Manual Override

The Tekonsha POD keeps the manual override within easy reach on the front of the module, great for stopping sway or controlling your trailer's momentum in emergencies. Push the slide-bar lever to activate the trailer's brakes and brake lights without you having to apply the brakes on your tow vehicle, perfect for limiting trailer movement while you re cruising.

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. Your mounting options are limitless, with the controller designed with all of the controls on the front of the module so you can access them even if it's mounted upside down.

If your vehicle already has a plug-in brake controller wiring harness, just connect the unit to it. Otherwise, you will need to purchase a vehicle-specific wiring harness (sold separately) to plug into. If a harness is unavailable for your vehicle, hardwiring will be necessary.

Installation Accessories

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

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

Time-Delayed Braking

What is time-delayed braking

The Tekonsha POD comes equipped with time-delayed braking. Every time you apply the brakes in your vehicle, a signal is sent - via the brake switch - to the POD. 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. The amount of braking power (output) can be adjusted to suit your preference, the road conditions, the type of trailer, and the weight of your load. To determine which levels are best for your application, test your towing setup and choose what feels right.

80500 Tekonsha PowerTrac Electric Brake Control - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Actuated

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Tekonsha POD Trailer Brake Controller - 1 to 2 Axles - Time Delayed - 39523

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1232 Customer Reviews)

This time-delayed brake controller is designed to mount at any angle, even upside down. The controls are all up front for easy access, including a slide-bar manual override and a thumbwheel for braking output. LED indicator shows your braking status.


We have a Honda Ridgeline and needed this for our camper trailer. It was nice ordering the specific plug in wire for the Ridgeline and therefore eliminating hard wiring, just plugged it in. It was rough getting to the factory plug under the dash by the emergency brake petal switch. My hands are not small enough, ha ha. But success was had. Plugged into the controller and mounted it and u-wall-a. It works the way it is suppose to, I like that. A good quality unit that does what it is suppose to. thanks.

Jim A.


After a year, I dont even think about it being there. I love that. It works the way it should. When traveling with our trailer, I might adjust the controller slightly but that is it. . . .thanks etrailer and Tekonsha for such great products and service. . .you rock. . . .jim


Very happy with this product. It fit nicely in my truck and plugged right into the factory wiring harness. Total installation time was under an hour. Easy to adjust, and works perfectly with my 5th wheel trailer. I simply pulled out the little storage cubby from the dash, cut the back off, slid the controller in, bolted it together, and stuck it all back in the dash. Looks and works great.

Michael B.


Still great after a year. I tow a bunch of different trailers. Adjusting between trailers is a snap. Ive received lots of positive comments on how nicely it fits in the truck, like it was made to be there.


Worked out perfectly for me, super easy installation with adapter harness. Work's flawlessly, easy one hand gain control with control's on front. My truck had nice cubby it fit in so out of the way and seamless look. Thanks for a great product and service.



Working great, very easy to use and adjust. Would recommend again.

John D.


Always dependable.


I have a Toyota Tacoma (06). I had the controller installed in less than five minutes. One minute to gather the tools: drill/bits, screw driver, and tape. I thought tape would be helpful to hold the ground screw to the driver given the tight are under the dash. One minute to drill the ground hole. One minute to install the ground screw. One minute to plug in the cables and fish the wire under the stirring wheel to allow for the controller to be mounted in the storage area found on Tacoma trucks dash. I guess I was wrong. It only took four minutes. I did not need to put the tools away I was off to do other projects. I rate the product as good because I have not tried it on the trailer yet.

Mike L.


Today I used the controller out on the road, it worked great. Now I give the product a SIX star rating. Its better than a five star rating because of the reasonable price and installation of the product. Good job etrailer. Mike from Santa Fe.

Patrick B.


We can't take that much credit, you performed the install. Glad it proved to be a quick, easy and worthwhile project, and thanks for coming back to give us an update after you tested it out. Happy towing!


The brake controller we purchased and had professionally installed works perfectly. We had it installed in our RV for use when towing a large vehicle trailer. It's reliable and simple. It was a great purchase!


I received my purchase very quickly.
just installed the control and wire harness today. Installation was easy, all you need are basic hand tools and a drill with a small bit.
Haven't had chance to test it out yet but, when I do I'll update.

Bill G.


The controller works fine. It takes a second or so for them to activate and release which can take some getting use to. I am going to look into a different controller that reacts instantly with my vehicle brakes.

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Rachael H.


Thanks for your follow up on your PowerTrac Brake controller the delay that you are describing is common with a time delay style of brake controller. A proportional brake controller will be more responsive than a time delay, and will brake in "proportion" to your vehicle braking. My recommendation would be for the Tekonsha P3 # 90195, since it does indeed offer top of the linke diagnostics, as well as the option to program different trailer settings. I have also linked our current offerings of proportional brake controllers for your reference.


Easy to install in my Toyota-Tacoma 2012. I pull my Travel Trailer and this break controller worked very well and with just a little bit adjustment. Also this item was shipped very fast.



I just installed this on my 2010 Tacoma, which was very easy. I hooked up a new trailer and I noticed right a way the brakes seem to pulse. You can see the LED flicker between red and green that appears to be synced with the brake pulsing. Does yours behave similarly? This is my first trailer and brake controller so Im not sure if its normal or not.

Patrick B.


That is not normal operation. There are two likely culprits: First, a weak or loose connection to the brake switch wire. Double check that first so the controller can positively know when you are applying brakes in the Tacoma. Second, Toyotas are known for finnicky electrical grounds. If you didn't when you installed it, run the ground wire for the controller to the negative terminal on the battery. If it is grounded to the body, the controller may not be getting sufficient ground so the brakes start to engage and the ground cuts out, and it does this over and over resulting in the pulse.

Rolando T.


Now after one year Im using the same brake controler in my new Tundra and still working very well.


Have used the power track for a year with city and interstate travel and a 4000# single axle TT. Working flawlessly on my 20 Blazer using a bypass stoplight switch.

Larry M.


Excellent with no problems.thousands of miles trouble free.


The controller was a great option for our 2021 forest river FSX and gave me plenty of control over the brakes. It does require a adjustment time to time but has always worked when brakes are applied. The setup and installation were a breeze and has worked for many trips.


Thanks to etrailer’s video “Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee”, the installation of a Tekonsha PowerTrac controller on my 2003 Jeep was very straight forward (and I’m not a car guy!). Like in the video, I used the wiring kit (#5506). I forgot to order a pigtail wiring harness but was able to pick one up locally. Took the trailer out last weekend and the brakes worked great.


I ordered everything to install hitch an and 7 pin plug. Everything went great. Parts were all perfect and instructions easy to follow.


The control works great. Nice incremental application of wheel from nothing to hard on! Led light goes from green to red also in incremental degrees. Installation was a snap in my 2008 F150 with tow package. Just Plug in the control clip and the other end in the terminal above and to the right of the computer check terminal. Rather than have it below my dash I opted for the cove below the lighter. Etrailer did a nice job of getting out to me right away and kept me informed where this was at all the way to my door. Good Job!


Product arrived quickly and installed very easily. Plug and play with the correct adapter (3035-P Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers - Ford, Lincoln, Mercury) for a 2001 Ford F-150. Controller is very easy to set the braking on your trailer.


I ordered the powertrac with the 22292, 2011 ford F150 wiring adapter, It works great. 15 mins, and I had everything ready to go. It is a little sensitive to adjust but ones you get the feel for it, it takes no time to adjust. very happy with this unit, I would recommend this unit to everyone.


Installed on 2003 Toyota Tundra with the factory tow package. Installation was a breeze with the included vehicle specific wiring adapter. It took me about 45 minutes total. Looks professionally installed. Easy to use. Set the adjustment for your specific trailer and go!


Same as the adapter plug , just mount , plug and play.


Actually, I haven’t used it. I have an original Tekonsha that I have used for about 16 years with 3 previous cars and trailers and it is still working fine. It gives me much more information about the operation of the trailer brakes than the model I purchased from you. Since that controller is very old and yours was not very expensive, I decided to keep it as an emergency spare. Thanks for Checking,


Had a perfect place to install this cute compact controller. Easy to install-YouTube helped-and works great!


Didn't take long to get once I ordered it. Very easy to install. I used the video to help with the install. Can't wait to start camping. Would definitely use again and will recommend it to friends and family.


Brake controller works great. Just have to get it adjusted to the application. Simple to do.


Did not have plug and play option in my 2006 Liberty, so had to purchase install kit. The controller is an easy install, and works as it should.

Theodore B.


Works as it should

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Mike L.


@TheodoreB We're glad to hear that the # 39523 PowerTrac brake controller is working well for you!


The adapter and brake controller installed easy and had worked well.


I received the receiver but not the controller or harness. I'm sure it must have been stolen when in transit as the box appeared it had been opened. When I called etrailer they was sorry and they would refund my money. I had excellent service from them


easy installation, functional cost effective. Fast delivery. 2019 chev silverado


I ordered this because the one i had purchased in 2017 quit working, so i ordered this as a replacement, and so far its working good .....

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  • Where Does a Brake Controller Plug Into on a 2014 Toyota Tacoma
    On the 2014 Toyota Tacoma the brake controller port is supposed to be to the left of the emergency brake pedal and a little higher up. You might have to fish it out from behind another harness because it might not be easily visible. Sometimes they fall down and will end up behind the driver side kick panel directly next to the emergency brake pedal. I have linked a video that might also help. It is on a 2014 Tundra, different brake controller, but everything else is the same.
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  • Tekonsha Powertrac 2-4 Electric Brake Controller on a 2007 Chevy Tahoe
    Yes, your brake controller can be installed on your 2007 Chevy Tahoe. As long as the controller is functioning properly, it will wire the same as any other brake controller. There is no plug present under the dash, but the wires are already there. You only need to splice the brake control wires together with those already present under the dash. These wires are tied up with white tape to the left of the brake pedal. You need to connect 4 wires to the controller, as follows; red (12v power...
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  • Should Indicator Light of Tekonsha PowerTrac Light Up When Not Connected to Trailer
    With power to the Tekonsha PowerTrac # 39523 and a trailer not connected you will not see a light on the display until a trailer is connected. Try plugging in your trailer and it should light up green.
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  • Do All Time-Delayed Controllers Have the Same Instructions for Setting Power
    Most time-delayed controllers should have similar instructions. Take the Tekonsha PowerTrac # 39523 for example, it is a time delayed controller and has these instructions: 1. Connect trailer to tow vehicle. 2. Locate the manual slide knob and power knob on the control. 3. Turn power knob to minimum. Turn power knob in the + direction about a 1/4 of a turn. 4. Drive tow vehicle and trailer on a dry level paved surface at 25 mph and apply manual slide knob. - If trailer brakes lock up: ...
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  • POD Series Brake Controller Settings on a 2017 Toyota Tacoma for a Hilly Terrain
    When towing a trailer with your 2017 Toyota Tacoma, the POD series' lights are designed to indicate the amount of power going to the brakes. A green light indicates simply that the controller is hooked up and there is signal. The light will go more toward red (yellow, orange, dark orange, etc.) when more power is put on the brakes. Depending on the gain setting on the power knob, this light will be darker when the brakes are pressed. With the gain set higher (the knob scrolled down), more...
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  • Does Trailer Need New Hub/Drums When Switching From Hydraulic to Electric Brakes
    Pretty much all hub and drum systems are compatible with both electric and hydraulic brake systems. If you can give me some photos and/or information about the axle weight rating, hub inner diameter, and brake mounting bolt pattern I'd be happy to help you find the correct replacement electric brake kit for your trailer! Attached is a helpful article on adding electric brakes so you can familiarize yourself with the process, and then it's also worth noting that you'll likely want to swap...
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  • Why is Brake Controller Signal Fading
    It sounds like you have a Time-Delayed controller like the Tekonsha PowerTrac # 39523. If this is the case then what is happening is that the controller sends back the full amount of power that you have it set at when you first press the brake pedal or use the override. Then when the controller senses that not as much power is needed it starts to fade. If your trailer is braking normally on the road and you have a time-delayed controller everything is operating normally. If this is not...
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    It is not unusual for time-delayed type brake controllers to make a slight humming or buzzing noise, but if what you are experiencing is louder than that, it points to either a fault within the controller itself (such as a relay) or a wiring issue. A pulse preventer will not help your particular issue. Carefully check all connections, making sure there are no loose connections, especially on the connection leading to the leading to the brake stoplight switch (if the controller was hardwired)....
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  • Is Manual Override Lever of Controller Supposed to Activate Brake Lights of Tow Vehicle
    Yes, when you apply the manual override the brake controller # 39523 is designed to activate the stoplights of the vehicle and trailer it is installed in. This allows traffic to behind you to know that you are applying the brakes.
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    According to the owner's manual for your 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe, if you do not have your vehicle serviced according to the pre-selected service interval, a service required message (crescent wrench on dashboard) is displayed for several seconds each time you set the ignition switch or engine start/stop button to the on position (The mileage and time changes to "---"). To reset the service interval to the mileage and days you inputted before: - Press the select/reset button for more than...
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  • Troubleshooting Brake Controller LED Lights On Tekonsha POD PowerTrac
    On your Tekonsha PowerTrac Electronic Brake Controller (POD) # 39523, the green light when connected is good and functioning correctly. The LED changing from Green to Red when you hit the brake pedal is functioning properly as well as it should be red when you apply the pedal. If it is alternating from Green to Red, one of two issues and both have to do with the power adjustment setting on your brake controller. The light changing indicates your setting is either too high and needs to...
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  • Why Does the Light of a Tekonsha Powertrac Go From Green to Orange When Brakes Applied
    The Tekonsha Brake Controller part # 39523 has a green light that indicates that the brake controller is connected to the brakes of a trailer. As the brake controller begins to apply the trailer brakes that light changes from green to orange and then to red as the output increases. It sounds like your brake controller is working properly, but I attached a review video for this controller plus a help article on troubleshooting brake controllers.
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    On the Voyager brake controller, # 39510, the wire colors and functions are as follows: White is ground Black is 12 volt power Blue is output to the trailer brakes Red is input from the stop light switch On the 2014 GMC Sierra 3/4 and 1-Ton trucks the wiring should be as follows: Tow Page Red to brake controller black Tow Package Dark Blue to controller blue Tow Package Light Blue or Orange to controller red Tow Package White to controller white There may be some connections that you...
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  • Will the PowerTrac Brake Controller Work with 2009 Ford F-150 factory Brake Control Wiring Harness
    Yes, you can use brake controller # 39523 with the Ford brake controller wiring harness on your 2009 F-150. But you will have to cut off the connector on the brake controller and hardwire it to the Ford harness by function. The Ford harness should be labeled as to the functions of the wires. The brake controller uses white for ground, black for 12 volt power, blue for output to the trailer brakes, and red for input from the brake switch. The brake controller will not have any effect on...
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    I spoke with my co-worker, Bob, about this for some time this morning. We are both thinking you have a ground issue somewhere or possibly a short. Between the trailer brakes and the brake controller there are several grounds that need to be checked. I will start at the top and work down one by one till we can find the source of the problem. Some of this may be redundant so bear with me. I assume you mean that the green light does not come on when the truck is on and the trailer is connected....
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    From what you've described, it certainly sounds like the controller is working properly. The amount of voltage output by the brake controller with the brake pedal or with the override slider will depend on how high the power wheel is adjusted. If the wheel is adjusted to about halfway between minimum and maximum, the most voltage that will be output is 5-6 volts. This will not vary according to how long the override is held, and the override won't deliver more or less voltage than the...
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  • LED on Tekonsha 39523 POD Brake Controller Doesn't Illuminate When Trailer Isn't Connected
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  • Wire Colors on Brake Controller Explained
    When hardwiring a Tekonsha PowerTrac brake controller part # 39523 to a vehicle like your 2004 Toyota Tundra the wiring colors on the controller should go red on the controller to a circuit that only sees voltage when the brakes are applied, blue for brake output which is what goes to the trailer connector at the rear of the vehicle, black goes to 12 volt power to power the controller, and white goes to ground. Check out the diagram I attached for more info.
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  • Does Light Come on When Tekonsha Powertrac Brake Controller is Not Connected to Trailer
    When a trailer is connected the Powertrac it will light up green, when you apply the brakes it will then turn red. If no trailer is connected either the light won't come on or it will blink. Try hooking up a trailer to the vehicle to see if the lights change.
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  • Would Tekonsha PowerTrac Plug Into Harness That P3 Controller Used in Truck
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  • Do Trailer Breakaway Systems Lock Up Trailer Brakes When Activated
    A trailer breakaway system is designed to lock up the wheels of a trailer if the plunger is pulled. There would no way to actuate the braking power to go from slowing the trailer down to totally stopped so the systems are designed to provide full braking force. I attached a help article on trailer breakaway systems for you to check out as well.
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    Yes, the Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controller 3024-P will work just fine with your Tekonsha PowerTrac Electric Brake Controller # 39523 on your 2021 Ram 1500.
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  • Does Time-Delay Trailer Brake Controller Work When Reversing
    The Tekonsha PowerTrac Electronic Brake Controller # 39523 will function the same way when you are reversing your trailer as it does in forward travel. You can either use the vehicle brake pedal to trigger it or your can use the manual override. Depending on the specific circumstances, like the trailer weight vs. vehicle weight, and the angle of the driveway, you may find using the manual override will give you more control over the trailer.
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