06wagon wrote: ↑Tue Oct 15, 2019 2:30 pmUnfortunately, already tried all of that.... It's a little more serious (expensive) then a fusejlilnc14 wrote: ↑Tue Oct 15, 2019 12:07 pm06wagon wrote: ↑Tue Oct 15, 2019 10:14 amQuick question..... What if the factory smartbar is bad? Will this bypass the whole thing? I'm currently getting all kinds of traction control, service electronic braking system warnings on my 2016. I have the smartbar unplugged for the lockers and swaybar (all warning lights have stopped). I'm just curious if using this will keep me from having to replace the whole thing.
I had my abs and traction lights go on and off also. I pulled the fuse and saw some oxidation on the pins. Cleaned it off and reinstalled the fuse. No more lights for me.
Ah okay, if you want to go the cheaper solution, you can take off the smartbar electronics and install a manual disconnect for the sway bar like Jeeps have. (evo disconnect) Or a air operated swaybar disconnect from the same company. Then get the abel locker bypass. This is the route i'm going if my swaybar ever craps out on me.