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|07-29-2019 05:27 AM|
|Tacupra||Tekonsha P3. Easily swap between my Tacoma and GX. It is so intuitive changing settings between trucks and my TT and various loads on my car hauler. I am not a smart man, but you don't have to be with that brake controller.|
|06-25-2019 08:46 AM|
|Broke_as_a_joke||I have a P2 in one tow rig and a Hopkins agility in my back up tow rig, both great controllers. I would say if you buy any name brand controller in proportional flavor you will be happy. Leave the time based ones for the dumpster, its all they're good for.|
|06-22-2019 06:04 AM|
Depends on what options you have. You need a DIC, the switch, wiring harness etc.
You will need the dealer to load your BCM, which means they get a update from GM.
Just need to find a dealer willing to do it and knows how.
It really is the best there is for your truck. It controls down shifts for engine breaking, hill assist breaking if you have it, a whole lot more.
|06-22-2019 04:54 AM|
|Dave In Florida||
|06-19-2019 10:20 PM|
|Prozon||Tekonasha P2 works great for me.|
|06-19-2019 06:05 PM|
|1967CJ5||Voyager. Good unit. No issues.|
|06-17-2019 05:02 PM|
Redarc do some amazing products, new to the US market but very well known in Australia (made there to suit their conditions).
|06-17-2019 03:08 PM|
|JunkCJ6||Very happy with my P2. Tekonsha's customer service is 2nd to none, the adjustment wheel pin broke and I no longer had gain adjustment. Called tech support for a new wheel and they had me send in my bad one and a few days later had a brand new one sitting on my front porch.|
|06-17-2019 12:26 PM|
|wheelerfreak||Another vote for Tekonsha prodigy, I have P2's in both my tow rigs and they were an easy install and work great.|
|06-17-2019 11:10 AM|
Love my Tekonsha P3. Easy to adjust on the fly, good feel to the manual actuation lever, can configure for different trailer types.
|06-17-2019 10:04 AM|
|5TonDreamin||It is my understanding that the module was put in these trucks, even if the truck wasn't equipped with integrated trailer brakes. It seems they lack the wires to go to the OE controller and possibly some others that do not allow simple plug and play of the factory set up. I am still looking into what it will take to do and if any modules need to be reprogrammed.|
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|06-17-2019 09:01 AM|
I've used Voyager, P2 and have a P3 ready for install. All good brake controllers.
You can get a factory controller in your 14.
|06-17-2019 08:57 AM|
but these are pretty cool looking. No idea how they work.
|06-17-2019 08:38 AM|
|xjtony||Tekonsha P3 90195. Buddy of mine had one is his truck, liked it so I got one. Plug and play on most newer vehicles. Works good for me.|
|06-17-2019 08:24 AM|
Trailer Brake Controller
What are you using and how do you like it?
Any you would recommend or avoid? Reason.
Getting one for my '14 Silverado 1500 to pull a decent sized travel trailer.