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2000 forester sforester 2000 trailer brake c
Posted 27 July 2014 - 02:38 PM
Posted 31 July 2014 - 10:35 PM
2000 lbs is a pretty big chunk to lug around. If the car has an automatic trans I would suggest adding an auxiliary transmission fluid cooler.
Posted 01 August 2014 - 07:00 AM
how to install a brake controller will be specific to the brand & model of controller - follow the instructions for your model.
If you dont have them (purchased used?) you may be able to find them online by doing a google search for the brand & model you have.
fused power source (direct from battery)
brake switch tie in (ours had a splicer in the kit)
wiring to rear of car
proper trailer plug in (car side) to get power to the trailer brakes & lights - ours required a round 7 pin connector
is the 2000 lbs just the trailer weight (empty)? or is that gross weight (fully loaded)? either way, that is a lot of weight for a Subaru, and I agree with Fairtax - an external tranny cooler could be very helpful.
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