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Tekonsha Voyager 9030 Brake Controller Brand New & Ready To Ship Today !!!! on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
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Riverton, Utah, United States

Riverton, Utah, United States
Condition:New Brand:TEKONSHA Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:9030 UPC:Does not apply

  • Electric trailer brake control for up to 4 braking axles
  • Broad control range makes setting quick and easy
  • As braking power is applied, the LED changes color gradually from green, completed circuit, to red, to indicate relative braking power
  • Advanced electronics minimize false braking for smoother ride
  • Plug-N-Play feature allows quick and easy connection

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