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Unread 02-19-2014, 09:40 PM   #1
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Electronic Sway Bar Disconnect??

I found a module for the electronic sway bar disconnect but it does not include the wiring harness. Does this look like the part that I need??

http://www.quadratec.com/products/52...FY1FMgod-xcAPQ

Also, do I need to have the dealership do anything to hook it all up?

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That is one way of doing it, you would also need the OEM switch installed and would need the ECM reflashed to recognize the installation...another way, but not factory look, would be to wire the disconnect separately from ECM with fuse and switch unit...not sure I have seen a specific thread or know of anyone actually doing that though.
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That is one way of doing it, you would also need the OEM switch installed and would need the ECM reflashed to recognize the installation...another way, but not factory look, would be to wire the disconnect separately from ECM with fuse and switch unit...not sure I have seen a specific thread or know of anyone actually doing that though.
This.....

Just wire a fuse able link with a lighted toggle and do t worry about all the stuff...there should be a primary wire and a switch wire....if you can find a schematic or if you know someone with a Rubicon test the wires when disengaged and engaged ....
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i run mine from a switch, but i used the lockers relays as a bypass. i would assume the relays are in the jks without the lockers, but really not sure on that. i suppose you could easily add a relay for each if needed.
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i run mine from a switch, but i used the lockers relays as a bypass. i would assume the relays are in the jks without the lockers, but really not sure on that. i suppose you could easily add a relay for each if needed.
I got two jks one with lockers and one without and they only put the relays in if you got the lockers.
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