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Hyundai Santa Fe Brake Controller

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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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Hyundai Santa Fe Brake Controller Videos

Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe

Speaker 1: Today, on our 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe, we're going to be taking a look at showing you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller, part number 90195. To help with inaudible 00:00:12 installation, we're going to be using the universal installation kit for trailer break controllers, part number ETBC7.So, here's what our P3's going to look like once it's installed. Now, this is going to be a proportional brake controller, which means it's going to apply the brakes to our trailer in the same intensity, and time that apply them in our towed vehicle. So, if we ease in to a stop, our trailer brakes are going to come on very light. But if we come to a panicked stop, our trailer brakes are going to apply just as quickly as we apply them in our car. Our P3s going to be able to handle trailers anywhere from one all the way up to four axles.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe

Speaker 1: Today in our 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe, we'll be having a look at and showing you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Trailer Brake Controller, part number 90195, in conjunction with the eTrailer 7-Way Trailer Brake Controller Kit, part number ETBC7. Here's what our brake controller looks like installed. Now, the reason you're going to want a brake controller such as this one is because if you're towing a trailer that has electric brakes, you need to have a way for them to operate. This will allow them to function properly.Now, being a proportional brake controller, this is going to give us the smooth and reliable stops that we're looking for. It's going to apply the brakes on the trailer in a similar manner to how the brakes are being applied in our vehicle. Compared to a time delay brake controller where there is a delay with the brakes being applied with the brakes being applied in the vehicle.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe

Today, on our 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe, we'll be taking a look at and installing the Tekonsha PowerTrac electronic braking control system, Part #39523, with assistance from from ourETBC7 wiring harness, part#ETBC7. Here's what it's going to look like once it's installed. Let's go ahead and plug in our trailer to see the green light on the side turn on. This will indicate that our trailer is plugged in, and then when we remove our trailer, or unplug it, you'll see that light turns off. Once again, we'll bring it in, and leave it connected, while we talk about the gain button that's here on the left. You'll have a little wheel that goes up to increase the gain, or down, depending on which way you mount your box.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe

All right, today, on this 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited, we are going to install part number 90195. This is Tekonsha Prodigy p3 trailer brake controller. Now to help us with our install, we will also be using part number ETBC7. We are going to start off by making access from the inside to the outside. We will go ahead and drill a pilot hole first on the fire wall from the inside. We will drill a 1/4" pilot hole, now go ahead and use our hole saw, it doesn't really matter what size, just enough to get us some working room so we don't tear up the carpet as much. Now we will be using a step bit to enlarge our hole. We've got our hole drilled out, we will go ahead and mount our circuit breakers.