For those that have installed the MOPAR tow harness and then went on to install a brake controller, what did you do with the blue wire under the glove box left there from the tow harness install?
Did we ever get an answer to this? I self installed my harness and just bought a trailer with brakes. Not sure I'm going to need a brake controller, but would love to understand what it will take for those of us that didn't buy the tow package and self installed the harness/hitch. There is a blue wire that instructions tell you to just leave it in the passenger footwell, it doesn't plug into anything.For those that have installed the MOPAR tow harness and then went on to install a brake controller, what did you do with the blue wire under the glove box left there from the tow harness install?
I have received that first error message as well, every time I use the manual/boost button on my Tekonsha P3, even with the trailer connected... it clears easily enough, but it has me concerned. Have you had any additional issues?Just curious did you try using the manual boost on your controller when testing it ? I tried mine without the trailer connected and iit caused three messages in the message center .i haven't tested with a trailer connected yet i'm using a Primu IQ Electronic Brake Control,
i think i remember these right .
1. Service the electronic stability control
2. Stop/start disabled
3. auto back up disabled
Turned the jeep off and back on the everything cleared .
This was not easy to locate or hook up. The wire is so short you can’t pull it down far enough to see it. I did pull off the center panel which helped. I had to just reach around up there and located it taped to another wire.I finally located the plug, way up, just behind the dash on the left, taped tightly to another wire, with the plug end facing up. Thank you to those who posted pictures so I could recognize what I was looking for. It was well hidden for no particular reason.
I do not know how a big guy can manage this, I am a medium size, fairly agile woman and I was contorted in every possible way to reach it. I am thinking the accessibility of this plug depends on the mood and sadistic nature of the guy who did the wiring on that day.
Not bad at 350$. How hard is install? When you factor in price of controller, harness, tow harness that 350 is probably cheap.