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Installing brake controller on older truck

We have a '94 Bronco that I want to install a Prodigy P2 that I am taking out of my '07 F150. It currently has a 6-pin harness that I will switch to a standard 7-way. Does anyone know if the '94 and up harness that Tekonsha sells is plug and play on the Bronco? Not looking forward to this...
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Can't answer that question, however I would recommend you go with the P3 unless you have a trailer that has electric over hydraulic brakes.....

Tekonsha has a good web site or a call to them will answer your question.
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According to Tekonsha's web page, the wiring adapter they have is for 94-96 Bronco's, so their should be a plug under your dash that fits the direct wiring adapter.

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Looks like I'll be able to use the adapter I have for the '07. Now I just have to sort out the brake wiring at the back of the truck. Thanks for the help, guys! Going to miss the F150.
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