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Tekonsha P3 Electronic Brake Control

Tekonsha P3 Electronic Brake Control

Description

The Tekonsha P3 Electronic Brake Control features a true proportional braking system with several added features.

Features

  • A "flashing red" warning system alerts user to "No Trailer Brake" situations
  • Switch between electric and hydraulic brakes
  • 5 storable setting options for pulling different trailers or preferencess of multiple drivers
List Price
$195.16
Your Price
$157.54
In Stock

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Details

P3; the industry's most advanced electric trailer brake control. A true proportional braking system, P3 has several added features, making it the new standard for electric trailer brake controls.

Features:

  • 1-4 axle trailers
  • Distinct, easy to see LCD display with multiple color and contrast options
  • User can customize to choose English, French or Spanish display
  • Allows the user to switch between Electric and Hydraulic brakes
  • Highly advanced, easy-to-understand, roadside diagnostics
  • Easy access, "Up-Front' controls
  • The original "Boost" feature allows for different levels of customized braking
  • Compact, dash-hugging design
  • Unique, easy-to-use, clip-mounting systems
  • Quick disconnect for easy storage; convenient storage pouch included
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • 5 storable setting options for multiple trailers, same trailer different loads or even preferences for multiple drivers
  • 5 storable setting options for pulling different trailers or preferencess of multiple drivers
  • A distinct, easy-to-ready LCD display with multiple screen color options
  • "Up-Front" controls provide easy access to all P3 features
  • Easy to understand diagnostics show output current, battery/brake/output voltage
  • A "flashing red" warning system alerts user to "No Trailer Brake" situations
  • Select Electrical over Hydraulic or Electric trailer brake mode
  • Screen information display in English, French or Spanish
  • "The Original Bosst" feature allows for different levels of customized braking
  • Compact, dash-hugging design
  • Integrated Plug & Play port for 2-plug adapters
  • Snap-in mounting clip allows user to remove and store the control when not in use
  • Electric trailer brake control for up to 4 braking axles
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Tekonsha P3 Electronic Brake Control 90195 P3 electronic brake control for 1-4 axle trailers, proportional
$157.54
In Stock

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