I recently had my front bumper off and decided to flip the electronic sway bar disconnect motor for better clearance and protection. There are a few write ups out that involve welding, cutting and drilling. Those are way to involved for what I had in mind. the total cost on this was less than $2.
1. Remove your front bumper (and shroud if you have it).
2. With the motor exposed remove the electrical connection. I did not get pictures of this, but the locking mechanism is fragile and needs to be pulled all the way across the plug.
3. Remove the bolt form the rubber isolator gasket that holds the motor in place.
4. Rotate the motor, be careful around the radiator. Some people reported a need to cut the plastic shroud below the radiator, I was able to push it up and squeeze by.
5. Wiggle the motor around until you find the housing bolt that lines up with the rubber gasket. Then remove it.
6. Go to your local supply store and get a M10-1.50 x 75 grade 5 bolt ($1.66 from Lowes). Note: a M10-1.50 x 100 may be a better fit, you can see in the pics that the 75 was a bit short.
7. Place the new bolt through the isolator gasket and tighten it into the housing where you previously removed the bolt.
8. Reconnect the electrical and test that your motor is still functional. When disconnected you should be able to move the sides independantly. When connected (the default mode you drive around in) the sides should move together. Testing may require that you wiggle the sway bar to connect and disconnect.
9. Re-install your bumper, and if you had the plastic shroud throw it away.