Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Brake Controller – Proportional

The newest version of the Prodigy, this electric brake controller signals your trailer brakes to stop with the same speed and strength as your vehicle’s brakes – even in reverse. It levels automatically and offers a variety of mounting options.


  • Applies power to the trailer’s brakes in proportion to vehicle’s braking action
    • Brakes immediately instead of pausing like time-delayed brake controls
    • Works when you’re in reverse gear so that you can back into tricky parking spots
  • Levels automatically
    • Self-adjusts to varying terrain
    • Eases installation and allows for more mounting options
  • Offers “boost” feature that adds more initial braking power when you’re towing heavier trailers
  • Features a continuous diagnostic check
    • Monitors proper connection and magnet condition so that you can find problems before you hit the road
  • Furnishes protection for battery and brake-control functions
    • Reverse battery protection defends your brake controller and trailer breakaway systems from shorts
    • Power-saving mode reduces drain on the battery when vehicle is not in use – draws only 3.6 milliamps
  • Shows voltage delivery to trailer brakes on a blue digital LED display
  • Has a built-in, rotary manual override lever
  • Detaches for easy portability – brake controller unplugs from hard-wired pigtail wiring harness
  • Can reduce installation time with a plug-in, make-and-model specific, brake-control adapter (sold separately)


  • Application: up to 4-axle trailer brake systems (8 brake assemblies total)
    • Works with electric brakes and electric-over-hydraulic systems
  • Dimensions: 3-1/8″ wide x 5-1/8″ long x 2″ tall
  • Boost power increase: 0 percent, 13 percent and 25 percent
  • Mounting: 360-degree vertical range
  • Wiring harness length: about 34″
  • Limited lifetime warranty

MORE INFORMATION: http://truckstuffdirect.com/tekonsha-prodigy-p2-brake-controller-proportional/

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