ID-153 Keywords or Part Number(s): 000949, 350-01238, PRO/1
TEKONSHA Prodigy P2 Brake Controller, requiring no manual leveling, is a technological breakthrough among inertia-activated brake controls. Equipped with a
self-adjusting sensing device similar to the one used in guided-missile technology to allow for easy, flexible installation from nearly horizontal to nearly vertical
PRODIGY constantly adjusts itself to the position of the tow vehicle.
Additional pocket mounts and wire harnesses available.
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FeaturesApplies power to the trailer brakes in proportion to vehicle's deceleration
No level adjustment necessary - it adjusts itself to varying terrain as you drive
The inertial control that works proportionally in reverse - great for backing into tough spots
Digital display depicts voltage delivery to trailer during braking
Continual diagnostics check for proper connection, shorted magnet condition and much more
Exclusive BOOST feature gives users the ability to apply more initial trailer braking power when towing heavier trailers
Power-saving mode reduces drain on battery when vehicle is not in use
Pre-assembled wire harness for simple hookup
Unique pocket mount allows for flexible mounting options
Quick and easy disconnect feature allows user to remove and store the control when not in use
Made for up to four-axle trailer brake systems
SpecificationsP2 model 90885
All products from Caravans Plus come with a guarantee.
This one comes with a 12 months manufacturer's warranty.
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Which Brake Controller will suit me?
We have been selling this product for several years now. We try to keep a few of these on our shelves for quick delivery. If you order more than the 8 we have in stock, the delay is around 8 days to get more.
Customer Comments & Reviews
The Tekonsha appeared to have a fault after connection, but after contacting Tekonsha.com I found the solution. All good, the 12 volts at the plug decided to disappear when fitting the tekonsha. That is, the fuse holder I purchased from Bias boating had a high resistance join to the spade connector, hence the 12 volts collapsed when fitting the unit. I didn't suspect a faulty tekonsha, and I was sure I followed instructions correctly. Unit working fine now. I'm getting tired of cheap garbage from China now. At least the tekonsha comes from the Americas. Cheers Jeff.
Jeff from NSW - 13 Apr 2011
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