I purchased a smart bar off ebay from a 2008 and it's identical. Even plugged straight into my harness. So they've never made any physical changes to the smart bar in years. FYI.Retired BLM Rig wrote: ↑Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:15 amHere's what another member said about the sway bar disconnect on another thread, however he was talking about a 3rd gen. He says that it's a motor not a solenoid, which makes sense because when I operate my sway bar it sounds more like a motor spinning than a solenoid clicking.
Motor, solenoid, whatever. The EVO thing seems to work with just a spring and a bolt that pushes against whatever it is the smartbar part in my picture pushes against. That seems to disconnect the bar. I didn't spend a bunch of time looking in there to figure out the mechanics. That's why I called it a plunger, that thing must move outwards.