Take a look at your owners manual. Under "towing" it states the a service plug is mounted under the left side of the dash. I have one in my 2008 Tundra and it plugs right in.
There is a plug up under the dash on the drivers side. The information is in the owners manual.
black is power to unit,red connects to cold side of brake light switch,bleu is power out to trailer brakes,and white is ground
The brake controller has to be hooked up to a power source. The controller also has to be hooked to the brake switch or tail lights, then to the plug for the trailer.
By following the instructions that came in the box of the new trailer brake controller.
It isn't there, Dodge didn't wire the Dakota with one. You will have to wire the brake controller your self.
If by 'controller' you mean the switch that makes the brake lights come on, it is not in the trunk. It is located underneath the dashboard, next to the brake pedal.
If you want trailer brakes you need a brake controller.
My 2000 Toyota Tundra Truck, the brake lights come on when your not pressing on the brake paddle. Not even even if the car is on.
not sure, but most of them have a orange wire and a blue wire run from under the brake booster, to the back. these are perfect for your trailer brake controller and break away power.
It doesn't.... By the e-brake under the dash, there is a bundle of wires (4) that are blunt cut and taped together. These get spliced to the brake controller wires by function, not by color.
Brake controllers are used for towing heavy vehicles or trailers. The controller sets the optimal amount of power to send to the towed object's brakes.
If the 2004 GMC Envoy came with a tow package, then there should be a trailer brake controller harness. It would be located up under the dash near the brake pedal.