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My good friend just installed an antirock on his 2010 rubicon unlimted. His sway bar disconnect light is now flashing. Does any one know how to disable this. He has a superchip programer also if this helps. Thanks.
 

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I want to do this mod as well and from my research, it looks like the Aeroforce Scanguage tool is about the only thing out there with the feature programmed into it to shut off that light. The Aeroforce does a BUNCH of other really cool stuff too.
 

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The AEV ProCal disables the light.
 

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Is there a fuse he can pull that powers the swaybar?
 

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joe002 said:
The AEV ProCal disables the light.
Have you done this with the ProCal? I have a ProCal and it's not an option on mine, and from what I hear, people who've called AEV say it's not an option either.
 

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TenaciousTJ said:
joe002 said:
The AEV ProCal disables the light.
Have you done this with the ProCal? I have a ProCal and it's not an option on mine, and from what I hear, people who've called AEV say it's not an option either.
They bill it as being able to.

Automatic SmartBar System (ASBS) Mode Description: This mode allows the user to activate or deactivate the vehicle’s Automatic Smartbar System (ASBS). The ASBS is an electronic module that disconnects the front sway bar. For vehicles that were built with this feature, removal of the module will constantly illuminate the “Sway Bar” lamp on the dash. For vehicles that were built without this feature, addition of the module will not by itself enable the system. For either circumstance, the AEV ProCal can activate or deactivate the ASBS. Notes: Installing or removing the module must be done prior to using the ProCal Module. Procedure: Consult the Quick Reference Guide and set the DIP switches accordingly. With the engine off and ignition on, plug the module into the OBD port and wait for the horn to sound. If the horn does not sound, consult the troubleshooting section of these instructions.
To turn it off the switches should be Up, Down, Up, Up, Down, Down, Down, Down, Down.
To turn it back on it should be Up, Down, Up, Up, Down, Down, Down, Down, Up.
 

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TenaciousTJ - As JeepinJon said, it’s part of my ProCal. Maybe it’s an added option? My e-disco is still connected, so I haven’t tested it out.

BTW - where do you think the Aeroforce guy got the idea about the features he added to his product for the Jeep?
 

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i just checked my AEV ProCal instructions...

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Auto Sway Bar System

Set switches:

- _ - - _

and the last four :

On = _ _ _ -

Off = _ _ _ _

:wink:
 

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Excellent, going to take my sway bar off and give this a shot, thanks!
 

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TenaciousTJ - did you disconnect your e-disco?
 

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mac said:
i just checked my AEV ProCal instructions...

2c
Auto Sway Bar System

Set switches:

- _ - - _

and the last four :

On = _ _ _ -

Off = _ _ _ _

:wink:
Mac and his morse code again....

Ron
 

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joe002 said:
TenaciousTJ - did you disconnect your e-disco?
No, it's still on at the moment. The plan is to remove it and sell it, then replace with a Currie Anti-Rock front and and rear. The trouble light would annoy me so I was also interested in a way to shut it off.
 

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TenaciousTJ said:
No, it's still on at the moment. The plan is to remove it and sell it, then replace with a Currie Anti-Rock front and and rear. The trouble light would annoy me so I was also interested in a way to shut it off.
Oh OK, that should be a good setup!

If you want to run a test you’ll have to disconnect the connector to you e-disco to see if the ProCal works. It doesn’t work if your e-disco is still hooked up.
 

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JeepnBlake said:
Out of curiosity why would he install an antirock if he has electronic disconnect?
X2? Not sure if I missed the answer but I am curious to this as well.
 

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I suppose that makes since, for me I think it would be way down the list of things to do or I would do it when swapping out axles/housings for Dynatrac 60's. :D
 

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Just replaced the sway bar disconnect unit on my 2008 Rubicon. After it tried to reconnect when the Jeep was parked on a seriously uneven part of Mt Antero I got steady blinking light. Paid the dealer $100 to say "Yep, its the unit, not just an electrical glitch." Offered to install a new unit for just $2600. I got the replacement delivered from the Mopar e-store for $1455 & put it in with the help of another club member.
Glad to see the light can be turned off. The ORO sway-loc was going to be my choice before I found the OEM part.
 
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