I purchased a new Travel Trailer yesterday and when I left the dealership I traveled on flat roads for about three hundred miles driving at an average speed of 55-60mph. Once I reached the mountains of WV I started to notice that my new camper's brakes didn't seem to be engaging properly. I am completely new to campers and all of the "extras and upgrades" needed to ensure that one works properly. I had paid the camper dealership for an equalizer system and a brake control switch installed etc. Since I have no idea what a brake control system looks like or how it works, I assumed that the harness coming from the travel trailer that plugs into my Titan's towing hitch was the "Brake control switch." To make a long story short, I stopped and called a buddy of mine who is a "weekend" mechanic and he told me that the brake switch should have been installed under the dash and that I should also have a device to adjust my trailer brakes. My friend said, "man, when you put the brakes on a trailer, it should stop your truck." I went to Auto Zone with my truck info. and they sold me a brake switch and assured me that it would work. It didn't. Looking at my trucks harness under the dash, I have found two "plug ins" that look identical. they have a white piece of tape that says electric brake switch. It looks like I almost need some type of "pig tail" to plug into these plug ins, then plug these into the other end of the system. According to the travel trailer dealership, they have a universal brake switch that works on all trucks but I don't think that is completely accurate because Auto Zone sold me an $85.00 dollar univeral fit brake switch that is no where remotely close to fitting. My owners manuel is very confusing to following about this. Does anyone have any info. that could help me remedy this problem? I managed to get my camper home last night (35foot Forest River Surveyor) with only the brakes of my Titan. I thinks this speaks volumes for the Titan's abilities but I really need to get the brakes working on the camper and I need to find the parts for my truck. My truck is a 2006 model 4x4.