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Old 01-10-2016, 07:09 PM   #15
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Yes, it was much easier than when I added a brake controller to a Subaru. That one I had to splice into the wires, and run some wires front to back.

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Old 01-10-2016, 09:36 PM   #16
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Yes, it was much easier than when I added a brake controller to a Subaru. That one I had to splice into the wires, and run some wires front to back.

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Same as installing the Prodogy in my 2003 Toyota Tacoma.
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The Tekonsha instructions, supposed to be for Nissan, showed the connector on the left side "near the emergency brake pedal", and was dated 2004.

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Nissan redesigned in 2005. The truck has not been redesigned since then. Reviewers call that long in the tooth. I call it getting the bugs out. It's a nice truck and a nice tow. Raz
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Nissan redesigned in 2005. The truck has not been redesigned since then. Reviewers call that long in the tooth. I call it getting the bugs out. It's a nice truck and a nice tow. Raz
Well the 2016 has had a make over...... not sure I like the new body style.... Kind of looks like a cross over from the old body to a Toyoto Taco...

2016 Nissan Frontier - redesign

I love my little Frontier just wish it was as good on gas as some of the more powerful & larger trucks are now.
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I love my little Frontier just wish it was as good on gas as some of the more powerful & larger trucks are now.[/QUOTE]

I know how you feel.
I feel the same way about my 07 Tacoma.
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