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Old 07-06-2012, 08:52 PM   #1
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AEV Procal and 2012 Jeep

I found yet ANOTHER use for the AEV/Procal module: We installed a Rubi sway bar on my 2012 JK. According to the directions, you have to take it to a Jeep dealer to have a special code entered so that the ASBS/sway bar light works on the dash. I was quoted $100 at each dealer I called.
We pinned the Procal to the ASBs module, plugged it in and honk! honk!- the swar bar light comes on! Sway bar on, ESC off. No problems.

In addition we:
  • Reset the TPMS. My low pressure light went off.
  • Programmed day time running fog lights- just to see if it works. You can also do signals, markers, high or low beams and off.
  • Programmed in 34" tires. Its not a re-gear- but it helped.
  • Speedo, according to my highly advanced Droid app (not!) is correct.
I know there have been other posts on the ProCal but I couldn't find anything relating to the ASBS module. Not exactly common but the directions in the Procal are a little confusing/vague and I wasn't sure it would work. For the money you can't beat this gadget.
Now off to play with my sway bar.

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Old 07-06-2012, 09:03 PM   #2
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Now off to play with my sway bar.
Sounds dirty. But on a serious note did the running lights work? I heard on another thread the pro cal software wasn't update yet for that feature on 2012s

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using fogs as daytime running lights right now on my 2012 sport ala Procal, replaced stock fogs with amber duallys works great
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using fogs as daytime running lights right now on my 2012 sport ala Procal, replaced stock fogs with amber duallys works great
Mine too. No problems with the 2012.
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Old 07-06-2012, 09:28 PM   #6
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I found yet ANOTHER use for the AEV/Procal module: We installed a Rubi sway bar on my 2012 JK. According to the directions, you have to take it to a Jeep dealer to have a special code entered so that the ASBS/sway bar light works on the dash. I was quoted $100 at each dealer I called.
We pinned the Procal to the ASBs module, plugged it in and honk! honk!- the swar bar light comes on! Sway bar on, ESC off. No problems.


In addition we:
  • Reset the TPMS. My low pressure light went off.
  • Programmed day time running fog lights- just to see if it works. You can also do signals, markers, high or low beams and off.
  • Programmed in 34" tires. Its not a re-gear- but it helped.
  • Speedo, according to my highly advanced Droid app (not!) is correct.
I know there have been other posts on the ProCal but I couldn't find anything relating to the ASBS module. Not exactly common but the directions in the Procal are a little confusing/vague and I wasn't sure it would work. For the money you can't beat this gadget.
Now off to play with my sway bar.
Cool, I have used mine for tire size change and DRLs.
What is involved with adding a Rubicon sway bar? What else is needed besides the bar itself? Thanks.
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  • Speedo, according to my highly advanced Droid app (not!) is correct.
What Drioid app are you using?
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Old 07-06-2012, 10:47 PM   #8
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The sway bar , the wiring harness and factory switch assembly are all you need- plus getting the light lit as mentioned above. The sway bar is easy to install; the wiring depends. Our came off a wrecked Rubi- it did come with factory wiring harnesses BUT they don't work on a 2012 JK. My husband had to piggy back everything. Do-able but not easy.

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