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Wire Diagram for Installing a Voyager Brake Controller on a 2002 Ford F-250


I purchased a Tekonsha #9030 Voyager Brake Activator it has a black,red,white and blue wire. My 2002 Ford F-250 has a wire harness that has a red,light green,dark blue,white and brown wire. How do I wire this up?


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On your 2002 Ford F-250 you will need to connect the Red wire to the Black wire on the brake controller for +12 Volts power and the Light Green wire to the Red Stoplight wire on the brake controller. The Dark Blue wire is connected to the Blue wire from the brake controller to send power to the Trailer Brakes, and the White wires are connected to each other providing a ground for the brake controller. I posted a diagram with your wire colors added to it for you, see drawing at right.

The brown wire is an illumination wire that has power when the tail lights are switched on and is not used for brake controller installation.

If you find a connector under the dash of your 2002 Ford F-250, that the Universal Brake Control Wiring Adapter for Ford, item # 3035-S, will connect to, you can use this connector, splicing like colored wires to your brake controller, and will not need to splice into the vehicle wiring you have found.

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