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Brake Controller

Brake controllers are an essential part of a towing system with electric trailer brakes, and they offer a much-needed emergency braking feature. We offer high quality controllers from manufacturers such as Draw-Tite, Tekonsha, Valley, Hidden Hitch and Hopkins. Featuring both time-delay and proportional models, we have the right controller for any application. Brake controller wiring adapters are available for many vehicles, allowing for simple plug-and-play installation. Hardwire kits are also available to make any installation hassle-free.

Find your custom fit brake controller wiring adapter for a plug-in application by selecting the year of your vehicle to the left. We offer custom fit plug in adapters for many of the most popular vehicles, including Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, Nissan, and Toyota.





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Honda Odyssey Brake Controller Videos

Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2019 Honda Odyssey

Speaker 2: Today on our 2019 Honda Odyssey, we're gonna be taking a look at, I'm going to show you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 proportional trailer brake controller, part number 90195. This is what our brake controller looks like when it's installed. What it's going to do for us, that's going to allow us to use our brakes on our trailer as we're towing it. It's going to give us a few different settings. We're going to have a menu button here. It's going to give us an option for display.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 Honda Odyssey

Speaker 1: Today on our 2013 Honda Odyssey, we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Voyager trailer brake controller, part number 39510. And to assist with this installation, we're going to be using the universal installation kit for trailer brake controllers, part ETBC7. And we'll also be using Tekonsha's universal wiring harness, part number 20127.This brake controller is going to provide you a brake signal through your seven pole connector back to your trailer. This is one of the more basic brake controllers out there, really just has the necessities, it doesn't have any the extra features. It can be mounted anywhere on a 90 degree plane and is not auto leveling. But has that level adjustment located here on the side.There's a fine power adjustment located on the other side.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Honda Odyssey

Speaker 1: Today on our 2012 Honda Odyssey, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller, part number 90195. Now to help us in our installation, we're going to be using the universal installation kit for trailer brake controllers with a seven way RV and four way flat trailer connector, part number ETBC7.Here's what our P3 looks like once we have it installed. It is a proportional brake controller, which means it's going to apply the brakes to our trailer at the same time and intensity that we apply them on our car. We're still going to have the basic adjust abilities that all brake controllers have. We'll be able to set our maximum output using the two arrows on the side here. And we'll also have our manual override button here at the bottom.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2018 Honda Odyssey

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Honda Odyssey, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller, part number 90195. Now to help us with our installation, we're going to be using the universal installation kit for trailer brake controllers with a seven way RV and four way flat connector, part number ETBC7.So here's what our P3's going to look like once we have it installed. It is a proportional brake controller, which means it's going to apply the trailer brakes in the same intensity and at the same time that we apply the brakes on our vehicle. Because there's an internal inertia sensor, that's going to detect the deceleration of our vehicle and apply the brakes accordingly to our trailer.Like most brake controllers, this is going to have a manual override button. It's going to have a lever here at the bottom and if we sweep it over to the left, we can see that it's going to manually apply the brakes even if I'm not pushing on the brake pedal on my car. Now this is going to come in handy if your trailer starts to sway, when you're going down the road and you need to slow it down without hitting the brakes on your vehicle.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2011 Honda Odyssey

Today in this 2011 Honda Odyssey, we're going to show you the Tekonsha Voyager trailer brake controller, part number 39510. To help us with our brake controller install, we'll be needing to use part number ETBC7. This is actually to provide all the wiring, and the small components needed to install the brake controller. We have a 7-pole connector with a 4-pole on the side, a mounting bracket, and hardware as well to install. To install it on our Honda, we're going to need a few additional parts. First off, we're going to need the wire harness that plugs into our brake controller.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2011 Honda Odyssey

Today on this 2011 Honda Odyssey, we're going to show you the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Trailer Brake Controller, Part number 90195. To help us with our brake controller install, we'll be needing to use part number ETBC7. This will actually provide all the wiring and the small components needed to install the brake controller. We have a 7 pull connector with a 4 pull on the side, a mounting bracket, and hardware as well to install. This is what the Prodigy P3 Trailer Brake Controller looks like in a typical installation on our Honda Odyssey. Now when I plug in the trailer, we can see how our screen changed.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2011 Honda Odyssey

Today on this 2011 Honda Odyssey, we're going to show you the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Brake Controller, 90885. To help us with our brake controller install, we'll be needing to use part number ETBC7. This will actually provide all the wiring and the small components to install the brake controller. We have a 7-pole connector with a 4-pole on the side, a mounting bracket, and hardware as well to install. This is what the Prodigy P2 brake controller looks like in a typical installation on our Honda Odyssey. We have it plugged in to a trailer and it shows a display of "C" for connection. We'll hit the manual override here.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2014 Honda Odyssey

Today on our 2014 Honda Odyssey we'll be installing the etrailer universal installation brake controller install kit part number ETBC7. To begin our install we'll first need to locate the four pole flat harness already installed on the vehicle. Now since this is mounted inside the vehicle and we'll need to get it routed outside the vehicle we'll need to remove the rear threshold. To remove the rear threshold remove the two cargo fasteners, one on each side. We use a flat blade screwdriver or an interior trim panel tool while pulling up and out on the threshold to release the fasteners underneath. Now, once the fasteners release we'll go ahead and set the threshold aside. Underneath the threshold is a manufacturers grommet.





Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2009 Honda Odyssey

Today we are going to install part number 90185 from Tekonsha, the Prodigy Brake Controller, and we will also use T-1 Connector part number 118438. And also we are going to use part number ETBC7 as the install kit for our 7-pole going up to our battery and the brake controller, on a 2009 Honda Odyssey. Our first step involved is we are actually going to install the T-connector first. Normally it installs behind this panel here, gets run underneath this threshold, and usually gets stored in the jack storage compartment. Since we are installing a brake controller and it is going to be using a 7-pole connector on top of it, so what is going to happen is we need to run our wire harness from the inside out. First off, we are going to take off this threshold here. We have to take off these anchor points. There are plastic pins throughout the bottom here, so what you need to do is pull this out gently until they pop out, like so. And once you have them all loose, just a gentle pull, pushing up on it, will pop the pins that are in here. The next step we are going to is we are going to go ahead and remove this panel. We will pull it out just a little bit so we can get access to the plug. The port is located on this assembly right here. It is on the top right-hand corner, and it is usually the only one that is open. And there is a separate ground right here which we attach to the factory ground right here. Next what we will do is we will secure our module here. And we will just put it back here - anywhere where it is convenient back behind the panel here. The next thing we want to do is go ahead and run our wire along the factory harness here, and then it will go straight down. And we have made a dimple right here where we are going to mark our - and drill a hole right here. So we are going to drill out a 1/2-inch hole. We drilled a 1/2-inch hole and installed a little simple, rubber grommet. Now what we are going to do is we are going to cut our wire up here and then we are going to feed it from the outside in. And we will make our reconnection up here. That way, at least we have some connections that are not outside all the time. We will go ahead and tape up our connections now, secure them up. And for now we are going to leave our access just like this. We will just put it underneath there - hide it underneath our carpet. And at this point we can go ahead and start putting the interior back together.