Tekonsha 90195 P3 Electronic Brake Control

June 10, 2019 - Comment

5 storable setting options with preferences of multiple drivers, and for pulling different trailers up to 4 axles. Product Features A distinct, easy-to-read LCD display with multiple screen color options, displays in English, French or Spanish Diagnostics show output current, battery, brake, and output voltage and warning system alerts to No Trailer Brake situations Boost

5 storable setting options with preferences of multiple drivers, and for pulling different trailers up to 4 axles.

Product Features

  • A distinct, easy-to-read LCD display with multiple screen color options, displays in English, French or Spanish
  • Diagnostics show output current, battery, brake, and output voltage and warning system alerts to No Trailer Brake situations
  • Boost feature allows for different levels of customized braking, select Electric over Hydraulic or Electric trailer brake mode
  • Integrated Plug-N-Play port for 2-plug adapters and Snap-in mounting clip allows user to remove and store the control when not in use
  • Compact, dash-hugging design. Electric trailer brake control for up to 4 braking axles.

Comments

Anonymous says:

All Set For Our Trip!! Tow vehicle:RAM 1500 Hemi Lonestar Crew CabParts used:Tekonsha P3 Proportional Brake Controller purchased from AmazonTekonsha 3024P RAM Brake Control Wiring Adapter purchased from Amazon(used to plug into factory installed wiring under dash)Total Expense:$151.45My 2016 Ram 1500 Hemi Lonestar didn’t come with the integrated brake controller. After searching all the RAM forums and studying Amazon reviews, I decided on Tekonsha P3 controller, and not to shell out the $440.00 my local dealership quoted to install the OEM. There’s one video currently on YouTube that gives a breakdown how to remove the full length center console to install the OEM controller, but even then, you still have to have the dealer flash the computer so it all works together, and all the functions appear on the screen above the steering column. Some people are okay with this, but decided on the Tekonsha path myself.I knew I wanted…

Anonymous says:

Spend the extra money, its worth it! I Love this brake controller. I’ve been messing around with cheaper units including some by Tekonsha, this one is worth the extra cost hands down. Wish I had found it sooner. Very smooth application of brakes, no jerking of the trailer/truck (I use it for horse trailers so this is very important). I love the ability to one-button change the “boost” settings (really ideal for horse trailers as the weight of the trailer changes considerably between empty, one horse, and two horses). Feedback display warns you right away when something is wrong and shows how much brake is being applied.Take my advise, if you’re looking at this one buy it. You will not regret it one bit.

Anonymous says:

I decided to listen to the positive reviews and am very glad I did I read a lot of Amazon reviews before buying. I admit that some of the negative reviews gave me cause for concern though. I decided to listen to the positive reviews and am very glad I did. I installed in my 2007 Tundra without any difficulty. I couldn’t be happier with the performance of the brake controller. Works exactly as advertised, and does so flawlessly so far. The contoller is easy to adjust on the fly to fine tune the stopping power sent to the trailer brakes when your load has changed due to onload or offload. Also, the dynamic application of brakes from the G-Force of stopping harder than planned in heavy traffic is a lifesaver. Stopped my nearly 16,000 lb Gross Combined Weight Load (GCWL) Truck and fully loaded trailer nearly on a dime at least twice in LA traffic during afternoon rush hour. I am very happy with my purchase and highly recommend. Ignore the naysayer reviews…they must have missed something, or have other issues.

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