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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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Toyota Highlander Brake Controller Videos

Curt Echo Mobile Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2019 Toyota Highlander

Today on our 2019 Toyota Highlander, we're gonna be installing the Curt Echo Mobile Trailer Brake Controller. To help us get this installed, we're also gonna be using a universal installation kit for trailer brake controllers. This trailer brake controller is gonna plug in line between your 7-Pole connector and your trailer. What's great about this is you won't have any bulky devices mounted inside your vehicle and there's also less wiring involved to get this installed since it simply plugs in. You don't have to tap into your brake switches inside the vehicle.You can control the brake controller by simply downloading Curt's app and pairing it via Bluetooth. You can see here where we'll manually apply the brakes, that it applies it here on our brake controller tester.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander

Speaker 1: Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander we're going to be taking a look and showing you how to install the Tekonsha Primus IQ trailer brake controller, part number TK90160. To help us with our installation we're going to be using the universal installation kit for brake controllers, part number ETBC7. Here's what our brake controller looks like fully installed. We chose to mount ours here on the kick panel right underneath our dash. Now this is a proportional brake controller, and what that means is it's going to activate our trailer brakes based on thee deceleration of our vehicle. It's going to activate immediately without any timed delay.Our brake controller is going to feature a nice easy to read display.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2017 Toyota Highlander

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Toyota Highlander, we'll be having a look and installing the Tekonsha Primus IQ Trailer Brake Controller, part number TK90160. To use our installation, we'll be using the etrailer ETBC7 kit, part number ETBC7. Here's what our brake controller looks like installed. As you can see, this is a nice compact unit. What this will allow us to do will be control electric trailer brakes on up to 3 axles on our trailer, allowing us to have a smoother and safer stop.Now what's great about this brake controller compared to others, this is a proportional unit. It's not time delayed so we don't have to worry about waiting for the brakes to activate on our trailer.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2015 Toyota Highlander

Today on our 2015 Toyota Highlander, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 proportional trailer brake controller. This works great for one up to four axles. The part number is 90885. To help us complete the installation, we're also going to be using the electronic brake controller installation kit, part number ETBC7. Now the P2's an excellent solution for providing braking power to your trailer while you're traveling. This is a proportional brake controller, so unlike the time delayed systems we don't have to wait on a preset ramp mode. We don't have to wait for it to engage.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Toyota Highlander

Today on our 2012 Toyota Highlander we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Trailer Brake Controller for one to four axles, part number 90195. We're also going to be installing the universal install kit for trailer brake controllers, part number ETBC7. We can manually run up our brake controller. You'll see the level start to climb up. We're going to have a separate boost control. If you look at the trailer picture that's on the boost, as you go up to boost 1, it's going to show a larger trailer. It's going to help you figure out what boost level you want to set it to.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Toyota Highlander

Today on our 2012 Toyota Highlander, we're going to show you the Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller, part number 39510. Now to help us with our install, we'll use a couple other part numbers. We're going to use a brake controller plug in harness for Tekonsha and DrawTech brake controllers, part number 20127. Also to help us with our install at the back of the vehicle working our way up towards the front, we'll be working with part number ETBC7, the brake controller installation kit. We're going to actually start with that part number first, so we'll begin at the back of our vehicle and work our way towards the front. This is what the brake controller looks like in a typical application.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Toyota Highlander

All right, today, on this 2012 Toyota Highlander, we're going to install part number 90885. This is the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Trailer Brake Controller. Now, to help us to install this brake controller, we're also going to use part number ETBC7. This is the Brake Controller Install Kit. We're going to start with that part number first. Now, ETBC7 kit will contain a 7-pole connector and all parts requiring to go up to our brake controller up towards the front.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2014 Toyota Highlander

Today on our 2014 Toyota Highlander, we're going to be installing the Teconsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller, part number 39510. Some other parts that we'll also be using today during our installation is the Universal Installation Kit for Trailer Brake Controllers, part number ETBC7, as well as dielectric grease, part number 11755. Now, without your trailer connected to your vehicle, the brake controller will not have any lights on. When you plug your trailer on, you'll notice that the light comes on. Now, you will need to set your brake controller for your individual trailer following the manufacturer's instructions. Now, we'll go ahead and begin our install. We're going to begin here at the rear of the vehicle. This vehicle already has a four-flat wiring installed but we're going to need to remove the factory bracket.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 Toyota Highlander

Today on our 2013 Toyota Highlander, well be installing the Tekonsha Primus IQ Trailer Brake Control, part number TK90160. Note this vehicle is already equip with an ETBC7 Brake Controller Install Kit so well just need to hardwire in our brake controller, mount it, and were ready to go. Well first start with mounting our brake controller. Well take the brake controller bracket and the hardware provided and attach it here to the kick panel. Then we can take our four-pole plug provided with the brake controller and the red wire coming off our four-pole plug that will get attached to the brake switch signal. For this application the brake switch signal will be the blue wire coming from the brake switch.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 Toyota Highlander

Today on our 2013 Toyota Highlander we'll be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 brake controller, part number 90195. We'll also be using the ETBC7 brake control install kit, part number ETBC7. The first step of our install will be taking the previously installed four pole connector at the back of the vehicle and routing it outside. To do this we'll need to open up the rear cargo door to gain access to the four pole. Then we'll remove the drivers side lower storage compartment and necessary panels to access it. This will allow us to reroute the four pole connector outside the grommet you can see here.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander

Today in this 2010 Toyota Highlander, were going to install the Tekonsha P3 Brake Controller, part number 90195. To install this brake installer, well also be using the ETBC7 kit and a tow-ready universal mounting bracket, part number 18136. First Im going to install my seven-pole bracket that comes in my kit with the universal mounting bracket. Next, well go ahead and put our bracket on the hitch. Once I have my bracket attached, Ill just use a pair of tune snips to cut off the access from the band. Now weve got our simple bracket and universal mounting bracket attached to the hitch, well go ahead and install our seven pole connector.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander

Today on this 2010 Toyota Highlander we are going to be installing Prodigy brake controller, part number 90185. We are going to start our install inside the cab of the vehicle. We are going to first mount the Prodigy brake controller into place and then we will start the wiring process after that. The first thing that I want to note is that the Prodigy comes with two different mounting brackets here. The more traditional smaller bracket does take screws that are holding it in so it is more of a permanent fixture. And the less permanent pocket option is a little bit bulkier but it allows you to move the Prodigy easily, either if you want to store it or want to use it between different vehicles. Instead of having mounting screws, it uses these clips on the sides to hold it in place. So to move it from one vehicle to another, all you need to do is unplug the harness out of the back of the Prodigy. For this installation, we are going to use the more traditional bracket to save a little bit of room because this is a tight vehicle. There is not a whole lot of working room. 0:51