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Old 09-03-2012, 09:42 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by FreedomTracker View Post
Best i've had so far is the factory unit in my 2012 F150. Easy to use/adjust and shows up on the dash screen. Would never want to go back to any add on unit!
+1....just got home from the NC mountains on our maiden voyage, and it worked flawlessly. Was also impressed with the 6 speed auto in tow haul mode downshifting automatically as the brakes are applied.

Good stuff...

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Old 09-03-2012, 09:59 PM   #12
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I bought a P3 back in May, and have used it one outing.

Last month I discovered a garbled display when I wanted to use it in diagnostic mode to read my alternator's output (a real nice feature of the P3's diagnostics, BTW).

Called Prodigy's customer support to find out the warranty requirements. Simple answer, "Lifetime, just send it back". They just sent me a completely new one rather than fix mine, and I'm back in business. Can't beat that!

Smooth stops, and not a hint of "push" or "pull".

I could not wish for more.


2005 Terry 250RKS, perfect for the two of us and the pups.
It recently replaced our Flagstaff 21FB (which we still have)

2000 F-350 7.3L CC/LB 4WD Lariat 3.73's
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brake control, brakes

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