I think it's page 330 something in the owners manual. There's a button on the dash, in front of the shifter for the swaybar disconnect. Try pushing it again. If this doesn't help, try putting the vehicle in 4Low for a minute and cycling the swaybar disconnect switch again.
That is the message which should appear when you attempt to disengage the front swaybar (on a Rubicon) anytime you are not in 4 wd Low.
This would seem to indicate that the swaybar disengage is being commanded...or there is a fault in the system.
There are dozens of YouTube videos on how to defeat Club and similar devices in less than a minute. Most show about 15 seconds or so to get past them. I don't know of a commercially available anti-theft product that doesn't have a YouTube video on how to defeat it.
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If you are ok with a phillips head instead of the torx head, you can buy black #10 x 1" trim screws in the Dorman OEM replacement rack at O'Reilley or similar auto store. Dorman 961-2010 . I just replaced that very screw with the Dorman part.