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Have 03 yukon awd and i need to install a trailer brake control for a trailer with electric brakes ,is there one that is better or one not recomended ?

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I use a AccuPower Pod brake controller, by Tekonsha. It is small, and easily adjusted. Most RV retailers can install them.

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