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Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller

Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller

Item # RED24FR
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Is this right for you? Product Expert Kathleen M says:

Yes, if you:

  • Like the look of your vehicle’s interior and don’t want to ruin it with a clunky brake controller
  • Have heard good things about the Redarc Tow-Pro Elite but don’t ever go off-road

No, if you:

  • Are intimidated by pulling panels or drilling into your interior to get this installed
  • Rely on the manual override to feather the brakes if you need to reduce sway or if someone cuts you off
  • Want to see your braking status at a glance - this one can be easy to miss
Mount the control knob of this proportional controller on your dash or console, and affix the main unit in an out-of-the-way spot. 3-Axis accelerometer ensures unit works no matter its positioning. Lowest Prices for the best trailer brake controller from Redarc. Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller part number RED24FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Redarc Trailer Brake Controller - RED24FR

  • Electric
  • Electric over Hydraulic
  • Proportional Controller
  • Redarc
  • Dash-Mounted Knob
  • Up to 2 Axles
  • Automatic Leveling
  • Hidden
  • Indicator Lights

Mount the control knob of this proportional controller on your dash or console, and affix the main unit in an out-of-the-way spot. 3-Axis accelerometer ensures unit works no matter its positioning.


  • Brake controller activates trailer brakes in proportion to your vehicle's braking action
    • Automatically adjusts trailer's braking based on deceleration of tow vehicle
    • Activates immediately - no pausing like with time-delayed brake controllers
  • Control knob mounts in dash or other easily accessible area
    • Allows for fast and easy adjustment of braking power with turn of the dial
    • Provides accessible manual override - just press the knob to activate
    • Offers simple diagnostics with bright, colored LED
  • Main unit installs out of sight
    • No more banging your knee on a bulky controller
    • No interference with airbags or other vehicle accessories
    • No hard-to-reach override lever or impossible-to-read screen
  • Main unit plugs directly into your factory brake controller harness
    • Universal wiring harness (RED69FR) or vehicle-specific brake-control adapter (sold separately) required for installation
  • 3-Axis accelerometer measures deceleration in all directions for precise braking and smooth, uniform stopping action
    • Can be mounted at any angle and will still accurately sense the deceleration of your vehicle
  • Active calibration technology continuously monitors your direction of travel and adjusts brake response accordingly
  • Meets or exceeds both UNECE R21 and FMVSS 201 regulations for sustainability and safety
  • Made in Australia


  • Application: trailers with up to 2 axles (4 brake assemblies)
    • Designed for use with electric or electric-over-hydraulic trailer brakes
    • Works with 12-volt vehicle electrical systems
  • Output voltage range: 9V - 16V
  • Output current rating: 18 amps continuous
  • Maximum charging voltage: 12V DC
  • 2-Year warranty

Installation Accessories

See etrailer.com's exclusive 7- and 4-way brake-control installation kit (ETBC7 - sold separately) if you don't already have a 7-way plug at the back of your vehicle.

Note: If a custom brake control wiring adapter is not available for your vehicle, you will need a universal wiring harness (RED69FR - sold separately). A 30-amp circuit breaker kit (331-CBK30-EB - sold separately) may also be required for installation.

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Installation Details RED24FR Installation instructions

Customer Reviews

Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller - RED24FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (278 Customer Reviews)

Mount the control knob of this proportional controller on your dash or console, and affix the main unit in an out-of-the-way spot. 3-Axis accelerometer ensures unit works no matter its positioning.


Expedited shipping was super fast with no problems. I installed the unit myself and it was fairly simple. I recommend getting the exact fitting wire harness (huge time saver) and I’d recommend getting and exact fit knock out to install the dial in. (Another big time saver). I drilled a hole in my own blank or knock out thingy and I’m pleased with it but it took a little time. I’ve got a 2010 Honda Pilot. Funny thing, after rushing to install the brake controller, our trailer had to go in for repairs before we even completed the transaction. It will be another month before I actually use the brake controller.


So far the Liberty has been fine. Install was pretty straight forward. The learning progress took a bit longer than expected but its now calibrated and working fine. Other than me picking the cheapest shipping and waiting 3.5 weeks for it to arrive via covid shipping. My only complaint is my own fault again which is that the one I ordered didnt come with a universal harness (pigtail) that plugs in to the controller. IMO there is not enough warnings in bold that say you need one. The Elite comes with it as part of the kit. I'm not sure why this option is even offered on the liberty. Needless to say I figured this out a week after ordering, and I'm still waiting for the harness to arrive. Had I known this I would has either gone for the Elite, or the CURT spectrum, because CURT actually makes a plug and play harness for my 2014 VW Touareg, and Redarc doesn't. I didn't bother going to VW for the OEM plug and wires as per the etrailer install video. In Canada that was over $xx from the dealer and [online store] wasn't any better. I found the CURT harness PN:51522 for Audi Q5, SQ5 & Q7 for $xx and snipped the CURT end off it (got here in 3 days). Hence why buying the CURT Spectrum would have been nice. Currently I'm using female spade connectors (not recommended for long term) to hook up the controller until the harness arrives.


The Redarc Liberty brake controller was a bit disappointing. It has an overall cheap feel and presentation. The control box was dropped by me out of the box onto the floor of the truck and when I picked it up I thought "happy meal toy"... the case had come apart. The button is dinky... about the size of the end of my index finger. The emblem isn't (and can't be) aligned with zero which makes the install look amatureish. The led requires you drill a second hole in perfect alignment 7mm apart which is a horrible design for DIY and just unnecessary. The good...it is hidden and once installed appears well integrated on just about any part of the dash. For upwards of 150$ I expected better "quality".


This brake controller is exactly as advertised. Very smooth transition of trailer brakes! Very very simple to use! Out of the way installation. Super easy access and ability to instantly apply trailer only brakes if needed such as sway control or going downhill. And it looks factory installed!


So far so good. It operates as it should. Super smooth without any pushing or pulling. I’m very happy to have chosen this over the regular bulky brake controllers out there. The brain box hides out of the way under the steering column and the switch fit in a switch blank using a vehicle specific bezel and it looks stock. Could not ask for more.


I ordered this setup for my 21 Tacoma with the tow package. The harness mated perfectly with the Toyota receptacle under the left front kick panel, the mounting panel looks factory and fit in the dash on the left side of the steering wheel, and the module is mounted to the inside of the kick panel. It is a tight fit, but I was able to get it all in there. I have not had a chance to use it yet. That will be in a month from now.


Ordered the wires and Redarc Liberty and install went very smooth and easy the wires did not snap in place with the LR4 wires, but seem to be secure and the was able to mount the dial on the dash by the headlight switch so looks very clean.


Installed in a 2018 Ram. It took a little time but I wanted to make it look good. Fairly easy install with the correct harness and I mounted it in the same location as the factory one would have been.


Open package, looks like this unit was previously installed very disappointed. If a purchase a new item I expect a brand new item.

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. It is not our policy to restock with used items. Our customer service team should be reaching out to you in the near future.
-- Etrailer Expert Brooke M - 09/29/2021


This product is top notch and the price is right. Easy installation and intuitive operation. Puts the brakes on the trailer. Very happy with both the product and the process.


2015 Chevy Equinox, 3.6, LTZ, AWD. This vehicle took a lot of digging to figure out where the brake sending wire is. After a few hours of pressing the brakes and testing wires under the hood and dash I finally came across a thread for a 2013 equinox. There was a link that brought no to etrailer surprise. After searching etrailer and calling Redarc I found where the wire is located through a forum that had a link back to etrailer. Any way, if you’re installing a brake controller on your equinox hopefully these pictures save you hours. Under the dash there is row of plugs, you’re looking for the black connector. There is a white wire in the middle (there are a couple white wires so be sure to press the brakes and use a multimeter or test light to be sure you’re using the correct one) that wire goes to the center brake light and is what I used for the brake controller. After the controller was installed everything worked perfectly. Went on an hour trip both ways, through the rain and sleet on the way home and the controller worked perfectly.


I installed the Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty in my 2021 Subaru Ascent. I used the Universal Wiring Harness for Redarc Tow-Pro Brake Controllers Item #RED69FR spliced onto the Subaru trailer wiring harness (color to color) included with the dealer installed hitch. Subaru’s harness included a fuse. At that point it was plug-and-play. I chose to locate the dash mounted Control Knob right below the cover for the fuse box in front of my left knee (there really isn’t any other place with access). A bit lower that probably preferred, but still readily accessible. I’m pulling a small travel trailer with a 2000lb. GAWR and the controller functions very well. As always, the etrailer staff was helpful and efficient.


Fantastic! I have now crossed the United States twice pulling a trailer with the Redarc brake controller. I installed it myself in minutes, and it has performed flawlessly. I especially like the small in-dash control knob that eliminates the need for a bulky “knee eating” box under the dash. The install looks like a factory option. Can’t wait to build my accessory system with Redarc! Thanks for a great product and peace of mind on the road.


Install for 2014 Nissan Armada. I appreciate the online videos and customer support. Noah helped me with my order, which couldn't have gone any smoother. Ditto for the install. Looks and works flippin sweet!


I've only used this item twice, but so far its top notch. The wiring portion of installation was very similar to other brake controllers. I highly suggest getting pre-made wiring harness' for plug-n-play (but it's only 4 wires and kinda hard to mess up). The controller box is pretty small and not dependent on a specific orientation (up/down/tilted/etc), so it is simple to get into tight spaces. The control dial blends right into the dash (see pics) and it has LED feedback which is nice to have while towing. Overall in my opinion, this controller is excellent!


So far so good. Our 2018 suburban didn’t have any blank switch locations. So mounter the knob in the center console a little more work but well worth it looking like a factory accessory.


2019 Honda Pilot Touring, installed with RED59FR harness. I cut out extra material inside the "dead" button (would be nice if they offered a custom part for the Pilot like they do for Toyotas, but it wasn't too hard). Attached to the parking brake bracket with one bolt and lots of cable ties. The plastic panel where the button is mounted actually detaches easily, and the gray connector where brake controller is plugged in is under that panel.


Received this afternoon and installed it. My truck is a 2016 Toyota Tundra Duble cab V8 4.6L without tow package. Took some time found out the connection port was on the right side of steering wheel behind the panel. Tested using a multimeter helped by wife to press the brake. I could see voltage changes when knob rotates.


Easy to install and adjust from empty trailer to loaded one. Control knob can be put anywhere you can get your hands to and reach from behind to mount. Would have given it 5 stars if you only needed to drill 1 hole in the dash instead of 2 different size holes and try to keep them the proper distance apart without a template. But much easier to adjust with the knob then the old tekonsha brake controller I had before.


I searched for a brake system that I knew would work under any condition hauling my 5th. wheel camper threw the mountains! I chose this Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty because I pull a lot of weight and I didn't want to worry about adjusting it all the time! This unit takes the work out of getting your brakes set just right for any condition! I Done a lot of research and this was a little higher in cost but well worth the difference in price. you can mount this red box up completely under the dash, out of sight and you have a round knob to turn on or off or anything else you may decide to custom you brake and ride to fit your likes. The knob can be put in any place you would put a toggle switch and thats all you see! Most trucks have a few empty toggle knockouts on the dash , or just put it anywhere you want it, just make sure you have the depth behind the dash for it! I put mine on my left side because I drive a 6-speed standard shift with a South Bend Dual Disk Seramic Clutch and Love these mountains and want to enjoy them and not worry about anything but seeing Gods creation all around us !


I have not used it on my trailer yet but install went well. This is installed in a 2019 Honda Pathfinder, for this install I made a bracket out of 1.5 inch by 1/8 inch aluminum bar. The bracket is attached to top the cubby hole just in back of the gear shift buttons. I ran the wire in the panel seam next to the drivers knee. Bracket is held to cubby with extra strong velcro. As of now it is very firmly in place. We will see how it hold up in the heat and cold. This install required some time to make the bracket but I did NOT need to drill any holes in the dash. The controller is in easy reach of the driver or passenger in case of emergency. I will check back later and add or remove stars after I have used the controller.


The installation was very simple. The hardest part was finding a location for the control knob. I found the perfect spot right by the headlight switch which has plenty of depth behind the panel to accommodate the control know remote. I still need to affix the red control box securely to avoid any unwanted movements or wiggling that can throw of the gyros. The vehicle specific harness made it very simple and convenient.


I’m extremely happy with this purchase. Installation was a breeze. etrailer’s videos were very helpful. The Redarc Liberty works great. I love the way the majority is hidden and the control looks factory.


First, the installation was going into a 2021 Silverado 3.0 diesel type LT. This was very easy to install because after the Redarc controller and correct wiring harness was ordered I did my pre installation work. Using the assembly instructions I made a steel plate that was fitted to the under side of the dash below the glove box area. I also did the adjustable controller opening in one of the removable center console inserts. When the Redarc was received all I had to do was to install the controller on the plate and install the adjustable controller. Took the truck out and drove it normally for at least 20 stops. Stopped by my travel trailer and plugged in. The brakes seem to perform like they should. Nice clean install and the Redarc controller is barely visible unless you get down on your knees and look up at it.


Just got it installed. The setup was super easy. The wiring harness for my make and model of truck saved a lot of time. Small form factor made the control knob look like a factory accessory.

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    The Redarc Tow Pro Liberty # RED24FR is a really great brake controller choice for your 2020 Toyota Tacoma. All you need to install it is the harness part # RED99FR. This is by far the best value brake controller out there as you get a proportional controller that only requires a very small knob that mounts on the dash instead of a much larger controller. This does work with the install panel part # 331-TPSI-007.
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  • What is Difference Between Redarc Tow Pro Liberty and Elite
    The Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty # RED24FR is the way to go over the Elite # RED44FR as you get the nicer functions of the Elite at a lower price. The Elite has the ability to be the more preferred proportional style of controller as well as a time-delayed whereas the Liberty gives you just the proportional setting which is what you'd want to use with your towing setup. Proportional controllers sense how hard you are applying the vehicle brakes whereas time delayed means it puts a preset amount...
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  • Recommended Wiring and Mount for Redarc Liberty Trailer Brake Controller on 2002 GMC 1500
    The Toyota 4 Runner had a knock-out plug already present and then we simply added the Universal Mounting Panel for Redarc Tow-Pro Trailer Brake Controller Control Knob # 331-TPSI-001 which measures 1-1/4 by 1 inch. There is also the option of using the Mounting Panel for Redarc Tow-Pro Trailer Brake Controller Control Knob # 331-TPSI-002 for the more standard knock-out measuring 1-1/4 by 7/8 inch. These are made by Redarc which is based in Australia. These options give a more finished...
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  • Can I Install the RedArc Tow Pro Liberty in a 2019 Honda Ridgeline
    Yes. The RedArc Tow Pro Liberty # RED24FR is a great choice since it installs out of the way and provides you with proportional braking for your tandem axle trailer. You'll want to use the Plug-and-Play Wiring Harness for Redarc Tow-Pro Trailer Brake Controller # RED59FR if you've got a factory 7 way connection on your 2019 Honda Ridgeline, otherwise you would need to hard-wire the controller in using # RED69FR. To clean up the mounting of the knob of the Tow Pro Liberty you'll want...
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    The Redarc Tow Pro Liberty Brake Controller, part # RED24FR is compatible with either electric or electric over hydraulic brakes, so it'll work just fine with your trailer. Electric over hydraulic brakes use a brake controller, but on the trailer there's a hydraulic pump that operates the brakes. If your Cherokee has the factory 7-way trailer connector, the only other part you'll need is the # RED67FR plug and play harness. The connector is located to the right of the steering wheel...
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  • Wiring Harnesses Needed to Install Redarc RED24FR Liberty Brake Controller on 2008 Dodge Ram 2500
    To install the Redarc Liberty # RED24FR brake controller into your 2008 Ram 2500, you'll need the # RED69FR pigtail and the # 3020-S harness. The pigtail would wire color for color to the # 3020-S harness that plugs into the blue connector under the dash, located atop the white box on the firewall as shown in the provided photo.
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  • Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller Installation on 2019 Silverado 3500
    The easiest way to install the Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller Item # RED24FR in your 2019 Chevy Silverado 3500 is with the install harness part # 331-TPH-010 which plugs directly into the controller and into the port under the dash of your truck without any splicing required. As long as this harness reaches the Redarc Brake Controller, the controller itself can be mounted anywhere under the driver's side dash. The kit includes a 3 ft remote head cable to connect the remote head...
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  • Parts Needed to Install Redarc Tow Pro Liberty in 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    The great thing about your 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee is that it comes with brake controller pre-wiring so to install the Redarc Tow Pro Liberty part # RED24FR all you need is the install harness part # RED77FR and you'd be set. I attached an install video for this harness and a similar Tow Pro brake controller on a similar Grand Cherokee as well.
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  • Parts Needed to Install Redarc Tow Liberty In 2013 GMC Sierra
    Since your 2013 GMC Sierra has blunt cut wires under the dash that get wired to a brake controller the correct install harness you'd need is the part # RED69FR to install the Tow Pro Liberty brake controller # RED24FR. I attached a help article on installing a brake controller on a GM truck like yours for you to check out as well.
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  • Differences Between Redarc RED44FR Tow Pro Elite and RED24FR Liberty Brake Controllers
    The Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller part # RED24FR and the Redarc Tow-Pro Elite Trailer Brake Controller part # RED44FR have two primary differences. The Elite can toggle between a user controlled (time delayed) mode for the trailer brakes for off road use and proportional mode, while the Liberty operates only proportionally. The Elite is rated for up to 3 axles whereas the Liberty is rated for up to 2 axles. If you won't be operating your trailer off-road, the # RED24FR Redarc...
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  • Parts Needed to Install Redarc RED24FR Tow Pro Liberty Brake Controler in 2019 Toyota 4Runner
    You're exactly correct! The Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty # RED24FR, the Toyota 4Runner Specific # RED49FR brake controller wiring harness and the # 331-TPSI-001 mounting bezel would work perfectly for you. The # RED49FR wiring harness would plug into the factory tow package connector located under the dash to the left of the steering column, near the top of the e-brake pedal as shown in the linked video where my buddy Conner will walk you through the install. The install shows the Tow-Pro...
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  • Installation of Trailer Brake Controller on 2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
    On your 2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, you do not disconnect the brake light switch. On Hybrids unless the battery is disconnected or ignition is in the off position you may set off a code in the computer system that limits the vehicle's motion. I recommend disconnecting your battery completely just to be safe. You do not need a diode for your brake light switch wire you will simply use a quick splice connector you can see in the attached video (at 19:45 mark) for installation. I recommend...
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  • Redarc Tow Pro Liberty Install 2019 Ford Ranger
    Yes it will. According to Redarc, Ranger models equipped with the adaptive cruise control can be difficult to obtain a stop lamp signal from. The stop lamp switch will only get input from the driver, not the adaptive cruise. I'm told that instead of the stop lamp switch, the brake signal should be obtained from the CHMSL, (a/k/a the third brake lamp). Also, a diode like # RED34FR will prevent the brake signal from feeding back into the vehicle wiring.
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  • Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller and Wiring Harness for 2018 Nissan Titan XD
    Yes, this brake controller will work for your Nissan Titan XD. The Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller # RED24FR comes with everything except the wiring harness. For that you want the Wiring Harness for Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Trailer Brake Controllers # RED39FR that is plug and play with your Titan XD's factory tow package. In order to find the plug for the brake controller on your 2018 Nissan Titan XD, you first need to apply the parking brake. The connector will be above the parking...
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  • Is the RedArc Liberty Compatible with a 2012 Chevy Silverado
    The RedArc Liberty # RED24FR is compatible with your 2012 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD and is a good value priced brake controller that will provide with proportional braking for trailers with 2 or fewer axles. I really love RedArc controllers because they install out of the way and provide you with very responsive braking. The only downside of the Liberty is that there are no adapters available that allow for plug and play installation so you'd need to use the Wiring Harness for Redarc...
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  • Compatibility of Redarc Liberty Brake Controller Harness for 2011 GMC Yukon
    The Redarc Plug-and-Play Wiring Harness for Tow-Pro Trailer Brake Controllers # 331-TPH-010 is not compatible with your 2011 Yukon Denali. The wiring for your brake controller is present under the dash but there is not a plug and play option. The Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller # RED24FR doesn't come with the harness needed, so you will also need the Wiring Harness for Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Trailer Brake Controllers # RED69FR.
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  • Parts Needed to Install Redarc Tow Pro Liberty in 2012 Toyota Tacoma with 7-Way
    To install the Redarc Tow Pro Liberty part # RED24FR all you need is the install harness part # 3040-S and the part # RED69FR for your 2012 Toyota Tacoma with the factory 7-way. The part # 3040-S plugs into the brake controller port on your truck which splices color for color to the # RED69FR which then plugs into the Liberty.
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  • Compatibility of Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller With 2019 Ford Ranger
    The Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty, part # RED24FR is compatible, and would be an excellent choice for your 2019 Ford Ranger. As you mentioned, the Ranger has blunt-ended wires for the tow package connection under the dash to the left of the steering column, and you'll need the Redarc # RED69FR wiring pigtail to connect the controller unit to the tow package wiring. The pigtail would connect to the tow package wiring as outlined in the linked video, but I'll provide the wire color code...
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  • Redarc RED44FR Tow Pro Elite Brake Controller for 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    The Redarc Tow Pro Elite is indeed available as part # RED44FR, it's one of our most popular brake controllers. If your 2021 Grand Cherokee has the factory tow package with the 7-way on the back bumper, you'll also need the # RED77FR wiring adapter so you can plug the controller in to the existing connector under the dash for a simple and quick installation. If you do not have the factory tow package, you'll need to hardwire the controller. You'll first need to install a 4 pole trailer...
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  • Recommended Harness To Install Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller On 2020 Jeep Gladiator
    To install the Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Brake Controller # RED24FR you were looking at on your 2020 Jeep Gladiator you will need the Universal Wiring Harness for Redarc Tow-Pro # RED69FR. If you Gladiator has the Factory Tow Package you can use the Tekonsha Custom Wiring Adapter # 3073-P to plug into the factory connector underneath the dash, but you will need to cut off the black connector that would go to the trailer brake controller and use Heat Shrink Butt Connectors # DW05744-5 to...
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  • Will Redarc RED24FR Tow Pro Liberty Brake Controller Plug into Existing Tekonsha Wiring Harness
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  • Brake Controller Recommendation for 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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  • Installing Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty Trailer Brake Controller in 2008 Dodge Ram 3500
    For your 2008 Ram 3500, the Redarc Tow-Pro Liberty # RED24FR you asked from is a great option. It communicates with the 7-way connector from the blue output wire of the # RED69FR pigtail. If you have a factory 7-way, then you will simply wire color for color to the # 3020-S under the dash. If you have the factory 4-way, then you will connect this same way under the dash but the brake controller output (blue) wire does not run all the way back to the 4-pole at the rear; it stops at...
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  • Install Harness for Redarc Tow Pro Elite in 1997 Ford F-250
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  • Parts Needed to Install Redarc Tow Pro Liberty in 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500
    All you need to install the Tow Pro Liberty Brake Controller part # RED24FR in your 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 is the install harness part # 331-TPH-010 that you also mentioned. This will plug right into the port under your truck's dash and you'd be set.
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