BUT....do you really want them locking up? Locked up wheels are skidding which isn't helping the braking any....especially in an emergency stop situation.
When using the trailer brake's manual lever, you should feel the trailer brakes engage. If you're not, I would agree, an adjustment is in order.
Well,If I sent 14 volts,yeah,but 12 and under,no-don't want that..just control
I normally hit the brakes enough to use the trailer's,but I always stay far enough back for slow,easy stops,so I've not dealt with a quick stop until now.
I just grabbed the over ride and maxed out the response,I have over a million miles behind me and never had a call that close-scared the chit out of me
But with adjustment,what's the best way?
Manually with a spoon,or backing up engaging the brakes for auto adjust?
I did the second part,and all parts were cleaned before doing so,but I'm not happy with the results...just don't want to over-tighten doing manually
Thanks for advice in advance