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Hood release froze

How can i get it warm enough to release

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If you don't have a garage be inventive..a long cord and a space heater or a plumbers thing, you know you light it for melting soder and stuff. when you need it bad enough you'll think of something,,,i'm sure good-luck ray

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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