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Sounds like the unit may have seized (common occurence with this unit). Disconnect the positive battery terminal, wait ten seconds, reconnect. If you have a security radio be sure to have the code handy.
Right off the bat you should disconnect the battery before it's drained, then find the connecting wires for the siren/horn and disconnect them (reconnect the battery) so that you can make the trip to the dealer quietly.
Call your local dealer and request a Jumper Relay for your alarm, if you take the relay out without replacing it with the jumper, then your car will not start.
most likely make sure you have good connections when you reconnected it and check out your manual for the alarm(maybe in owners manual if alarm is stock) some alarms could disable your car and prevent it from starting and you will need to reset it somehow. maybe if it was disconnected long enough it would reset. But most likely the connections are bad from taking it apart sand them down tighten them up and maybe give them a shot of wd40 for good measure(it is supposed to absorb moisture).
Assuming that the battery mentioned above is the Key Fob battery?
The usual solution to the key fob not working the Central Locking after battery replacent is to remove the car battery feed fuse to the Central Locking (or disconnect the car battery ) for 10 minutes...replace it..... then it should work OK
note: If you disconnect the Car Battery then make sure you have the radio security code. If not then POST A NEW QUESTION quoting your radio Serial Number (usually begins with M * * * * * * )
Sounds like the brain quit on you, I would uninstall it or completly disconnect it and have it looked at. Make sure you reconnect the factory wires and start over. Also check the ground for the alarm as it will draw current from what ever wire it can and cause all kinds of things.
Put the car in valet mode. Disconnect the NEGATIVE battery terminal. Put the keys in the ignition and turn it as far forward as you can (as though trying to start it) and let it spring back. Reconnect the negative terminal. This should reset the alarm to valet mode. Programming varies from brand to brand. Contact an alarm dealer and they can help reprogram the remote(s).