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Hy I just got a dodge during and it has a tow package and a brake controller I just want to no how I make sure the brake controller is in the off position because when I'm driving and brake to come too a stop the brake peddle jerks kinda like when your on ice and the anti lock brakes kick in but I'm on cement I jus want to no if it's because of the brake controller Thank you please let me now it's driving me crazy

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Yes very much possible that brake controller connections not fitted properly or interfering brake and clutch connections.But if that is not the case, then it can be actual brake problem.The brake pedal and cable needs to be checked.The complete brake assembly needs to be inspected.Brake fluid leaking or brake fluid low can also be the issue.If brake controller is checked to be the problem.Then you can remove and reconnect brake controller.To do this please click the link below and follow the procedure:----- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/05/brake-controller-installation.html ------------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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