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If it's for your 04 ford then yes. There is an adapter you buy about 16" long that wires to the controller and plugs into a block under the drivers side dash. Plug in a few fuses that are under the hood and your in business. Although the fuses and such are in different places for differernt ford models. If you already have the 7-way plug on the back of the truck then the wiring is already there.
Get a good brand name controller like Tekonsha. I have a Tekonsha Voyager which isn't the top of the line but works very well. I have used cheaper ones in the past and they suck (drawtite). I got my current Tekonsha on ebay for $30 and free shipping used. Look on etrailer.com for brands.
Oh, and don't get one that is time delayed. Make sure it is a proportional controller. Time delayed is no good when you really have to step on the brakes and stop quick as it has no way of sensing how hard you are braking where as the proportional controllers work on inertia and sense how hard you are braking.