Hi, I hope I can help.
Have you tried to take the batteries out of all your remotes?
Sometimes they malfunction and cause the panic alarm to sound.
Ok so thats eliminated.
Have you ever parked it with the hood switch disconnected. If its causing the problem this will keep it from tripping.
I am not aware of the method to disable it sorry.
Although if you ground the hood switch wire the alarm will think the hood is open and it cant be armed.
iIf it still goes off you have an alarm control unit problem
Ok, when the hood is closed the hood switch wire is not grounded.
If the hood switch is bad, it will intermitently ground the wire, telling the control unit the hood has been opened. Then the alarm sounds. If you unplug that wire going to the switch and there is never a problem again, then you need a hood latch.
If it still goes off, then we need to go to the next possibility. I like to eliminate things one at a time from most common the least.
That switch works the same way, grounds when open. Disconnect the green wire.