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The fuel door release on 2003 Honda Accord is not working.

Looking for emergency release to fuel door.

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Open the trunk and pull back the drivers side liner inside of the trunk. You can follow the black cable to the fuel door. When you reach a black wing tipped connector you twist the 90 degrees and it will pop out and the door will open.
What was the original problem?

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