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It really depends what problem you are having. If your vehicle is not responding to your key fab alarm button, you can try the driver door key and unlock the car untill all the doors unlock to deactivate alarm if it is a factory alarm. If it is an aftermarket alarm a lot of them have a little switch or tiny button they hide but the key has to be in the on position. Depending on the quality of the alarm system some deactivate fuelpumps or starters. A factory alarm cannot be removed from the vehicle and can only be bypassed by a professional. Check the battery to your alarm button. Unfortunately you just did jot give enough information to what you have and what you are dealing with, please be more descriptive so we can help you better.
Try pressing the lock and unlock buttons on the remote, holding for a few seconds, then trying the unlock and lock buttons to see if the alarm disarms...your description indicates the car alarm is still armed!
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to disengage alarm just disconnect the battery ,the door lock come out easy they are held in with a metal U clip from the back thats all ,nothing complicated and once door panel is off they take seconds to pop out
you have either a blown fuse or the factory wire harness isnt connected to horn first check fuse owners manual will have location and description of fuses if ok retrace your steps when you hooked horn to new alarm you disconnected wire at horn or you cut the wire to access horn wiring
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If you have the rmote for the alarm, I would try to deactivate it from there. If that doesn't work, I would check your owners manual for your "circuit breaker" description under your dash. Find the breaker that controls your alarm and pull it. This will disable your alarm. After about 20-30 seconds, put that breaker back in and your alarm should reset and then your car should start.
When you removed the head the 1st time, did you send it in to the machine shop to have it surfaced and check for cracks? By having it surfaced, the machine shop makes to head's mounting surface perfectly flat. If you didn' have the head surfaced the 1st time, the head may have been warped causing the head gasket to fail the 2nd time.