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Wiring a prodigy P3 electronic brake controller in nissan navara D40

Wiring the electronic brake controller into the brake pedal switch

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The best, and in fact the only recommended solution is to use a plug-in dedicated wiring kit for this car, it plugs into a grey connector on the chassis on the rear of the left hand side. this is the connector that the cars rear light loom is plugged into and the towbar loom piggybacks onto this using the same watertight sealed connectors. There is a trailer indicator warning light already built into the dash display so no need for any other monitoring of the trailer functions. This wiring kit should cost you around £40-£50 and will only take around 10mins to fit. The other alternative is to solder the towbar wires to the cars loom, but this is time consuming and may invalidate the vehicles warranty.

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i have a 1996 chevy 1500 bought a brake controler but what wire do i put the blue wire to ther are 4 white wires from brake peddle that go on when peddle is pressed on.

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The crusie control not working would be caused by brake lights being on same as for the key not coming out . You need to test the brake pedal position sensor . The brake pedal position sensor is under the dash hooked to the brake pedal arm . You need a wiring diagram to tell which wires are what . The pedal position sensor isn't like brake light switch from years past , it's an input for the BCM - body control module .There is three wires at the switch , 5 volt ref. , ground and signal . All go to theBCM . You could have a sensor problem , problem with the BCM . There could be DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes stored in the BCM .
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the switch is located at the base of the brake pedal near the fire wall.if you look under the dash and watch the pedal as you move it you will see the switch that it pushes against to put the brake lights on.check for broken wires at the switch,then check for power on one wire it should have power all the time and the other wire should only have power when the brake pedal is pushed.this is a 2 wire switch,note there may be a second switch in this spot that controls cruise control.

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The EPC (electronic powertrain control) system deals solely with monitoring the electronic accelerator pedal and moving the throttle body to match positions. Most likely, there is a problem with the accelerator pedal. However this does not explain the brake light situation......sometimes it is due to aftermarket electrical modifications that are added that interfere with the factory wiring and ecu......i would be looking in that dirrection

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