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Old 05-03-2008, 06:54 PM
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Mounting your brake controller???

I usually mount my contoller in the middle under the dash. But in this truck has a center console. Could you please give some ideas where you mounted your brake controller. Thanks

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Old 05-04-2008, 10:17 AM
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Tekonsha Prodigy velcroed to the dash (using the pocket). Didn't stick well, though.

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Replacement Tekonsha P3 below the dash using an existing dash bolt:

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Old 05-05-2008, 01:31 PM
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The bottom of my dash looks different from the pix above and that is my problem. Mine is not flat like those.

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Oops had a brain fart mine looks the same. I installed mine on the oppisite side of the steering wheel about half way up. I will try to get some pix.

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See the ideas in this previous thread

I posted pics of my mounting in that previos thread. We've used it a few times now and I'm quite happy with the location and visibility when towing.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/63...ng-2007-a.html

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I originallly mounted mine in the same spot in both my explorer and my expedition, but before my cross country drive towing a 7K trailer, I decided to move it to the little tray under the stereo. Boy am I glad I did!!! I was on a road that was 55mph, but had stoplights every couple of miles. The roads were wet, and I was coming down a hill when the light turned yellow!! I was maybe 50 yards away, too far to push through the light, but close enough for me to worry. I ended up using the "chicken" switch on the controller and a my truck brakes, not knowing how the anti-lock brakes take a trailer into consideration. If you had to do that with the controller mounted down at the bottom left, it would not be safe or practical, nor convenient for a quick response. If the inconvenience of losing an inch off the pretty much unusable tray saves you from a jack knife or hitting another vehicle, thats well worth it in my opinion. I didn't fully slide the lever, just to about 60% where I could feel the trailer brakes significantly more than the truck brakes. Better to let the trailer slide than to have it start pushing the truck out of control.
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