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Old 09-20-2017, 08:21 PM
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AEV Procal Sway Bar Disconnect Question

I just acquired an AEV Procal Programer. I have a 2016 Rubicon Hard Rock with a 6 speed manual trans. I have the electronic sway bar disconnect option that will reconnect when reaching 18 MPH. Does anyone know if the AEV Procal can be programed to not re-enguage the electronic sway bar at 18 MPH but set it at a higher speed? Or even program it to stay disconnected in 2WD?
Everything I have read so far says NO...but I wanted to check with you all.

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no it will not do that. It will turn off the disconnect so you can remove the motor and just run a standard swaybar without having the light blinking. it will also make it so a non rubicon can install a rubicon disconnect and work but that is it.

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Ok thanks. Too bad. There are times where I want to go faster than 18 miles an hour and keep the swaybar disconnected for a smooth ride. I guess I could always manually disconnect it.
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Add some disconnect sway bar links. That way you can just disconnect the links and drive at any speed. Careful!
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