Ok, there is nothing you can disconnect to disarm the system to allow the Jeep to start. All the electronics for it goes through the key/FOB, ignition switch to the front integrated power supply. You can not disconnect its connector's as the integrated power supply handles power to just about everything. I am afraid that you will need to get it to the dealer. Alarm systems of today do not allow for removing or disconnecting any part of the system or it thinks its being stolen.
Here is a little more info for you on how it works.
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
The remote keyless entry system allows locking and unlocking of the vehicle door(s) liftgate, panic alarm and
arming or disarming of the vehicle theft security system (if equipped), using the hand held (RF) transmitter.
The module may receive signals from up to four transmitters. Each transmitter has its own code, and the code is
programmed and stored into the module memory. If a transmitter is replaced or additional transmitters are
added, the codes for all units have to be reprogrammed into the SKREEM. If a module is replaced, the
transmitter codes must be stored in the new memory (by performing the steps for programming transmitters).
The SKREEM is capable of retaining all transmitter codes when power is removed from the module.
If you have any other thoughts or questions please juast ask.