Directly inboard of your left headlight, there is a round fuel tank EVAP canister. The original block heater cords were coiled and stowed under this container, making them almost impossible to see. If you have a block heater, it will be a wire coming out of the block on the drivers side and going forward to right underneath this canister. Good Luck!
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I've got a 2003 Suburban that has two fuse panels, one inside under the steering wheel and another under the hood, drivers side behind main battery. All lighting fuses are under the hood, Plastic cover with battery symbol pulls up to remove, should be a panel schedule inside the cover. The tail light fuses are in upper left section labeled RR Park and LR Park.
try smacking the hood at one of the front corners while someone else
pulls the release handle. or even after you've pulled on it. if that
works, once open, adjust and lubricate the hood latch assembly. if it
still won't open, and
it's the cable and not the latch you'll have to replace it anyway, so
instead of removing the grill, cut the cable behind the pull lever
under the dash where you can reach it. then skin the outer cable
insulation away from the actual steel cable exposing an inch or two of
it. then holding the insulation and plastic housing with pliers, grab
the steel cable itself with pliers and pull it to open the hood. then
replace the cable. the further you can reach up under the panel the
better your chances of getting past the broken part of the cable and
avoid removing the grill. you might also be able to gain access from up
under the car if you're lucky.
pen your hood, remove 4 screws from each of the parking lights. Look at the top of the grill where has tabs on top of the steel remove them. Now look carefully in the center of the grill, and you will find two bolts holding it in. Look carefully again where the grill meets the bumper (behind the grill) you will see three tabs-one on each side, and one in the middle. Remove the tabs, and then you just have to pull the dash away from the vehicle.
if the belt is stll on make your own diagram before removing it. there usually is a diagram under the hood. There is a spring tensioner to release the belt. It takes between a 14 to 16 mm wrench or you may have a square hole in it to put a ratchet in. Real simple. 10 minute job