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  1. Towing
    Hi guys, Haven't been here in a bit. Loving my 2019 CWP with 60k on it. I'm looking for a travel/camping trailer to start pulling. It'll be for a family of four plus a furry friend. We have 2 kids so we'd like somewhat separate rooms or a divider if possible. For those who have a trailer...
  2. Towing
    I’ve been towing with the Tekonsha P3 brake controller for roughly 8,000 miles now. The first half of that with minimal issues, but for the last half the brake controller intermittently flashes a bright red warning sign that reads “Output Shorted - No Brakes.” Its an overload warning that is...
  3. Service And Maintenance
    Before I get going, I see there are a lot of discussion threads on this topic. None that quite answered my question or addressed my concern. Actually, I think I'm a bit more confused now. Before my Subi ownership and back before synthetic oils, I used conventional 10W-40 in the winter and...
  4. General Discussion Forum
    I have been searching online, and in these forums and I cannot pin down the answer on this definitively. Does the 2020 Ascent Touring with the factory installed towing package, including the 7-pin connector, have a trailer brake controller, or is that something I need to purchase and install...
  5. Towing
    I recently bought a 2020 Subaru Ascent and have installed the c25vr Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2" and the 118290 Tekonsha OEM Replacement Vehicle Wiring Harness with 7-Way Trailer Connector from etrailer.com. The instructions for the wiring harness want me to run a...
  6. DIY And How To
    Inspired by @Robert.Mauro YT video, I created my own hitch mount cut out. Using a razor, I created grooves on the inside of the plastic cover; then I used my Dremel to cut the piece out. I was a slow and dirty process but as you can see in the pictures it looks like a new kind of OEM part. The...
  7. Towing
    We pick up our new Ascent Limited in the next few days - can’t wait! Then we need to reserve a U-Haul cargo trailer for a cross-country move (MA to WA). We’re trying to decide between the 5x8 trailer (empty weight = 900 lbs; max load = 1,800 lbs; GVW = 2,700 lbs max; no brakes) and the 6x12...
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