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Old 01-24-2009, 04:17 PM
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Thought I'd open a discussion on brake controllers. I started with Tekonsa Voyager. Moved to the Prodigy. Finally the Prodigy P3. Didn't like the full on ability of the Voyager. The Prodigy was a perfect fit. Once the Prodigy P3 came out with error codes in English I figured why not? The P3 does many things I'll never need. The Prodigy was more than enough and slightly more adjustable. Error codes will need a cheat sheet versus the plain English of the P3.

The Prodigy and Prodigy P3 use proportional braking. Bought both Prodigy's on Ebay at considerable savings. What are you using?
93' YJ w/factory hood

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Old 01-25-2009, 04:41 PM
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My cheat sheet's in the glove, but almost never have to refer to it. Prodigy has been the best controller I've used in 25 years of having them in just about everything. Have it in both my tow rigs now...
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