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Re: Hood wont Close
Try to push it gently down. You should here the click. There is locking mechanusm on a frame and lutch on a hood. Lutch should
go in locking mechanism. When it will go comletely you should hear the click. If lutch still not go in the mechanism might get stuck (rusted or frozen). In this case you might need to spary the locking mechanism with libricant.
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Make sure there are no obstuctions under the hood.
Check your release cable, make sure it's working
properly to the latch. Check to make sure the latch is
open. Push the release all the way in.
Hope this helps.
Yes, there is a way. I've had to do it three times.
Once I got it the first time, 2 and 3 were easy. You're going to need a
flashlight and a long screwdriver or needlenose pliers.
the grill and look through with the flashlight. You're looking for the
hood release cable. Follow it as far as you can to just beneath the
Now look for the clamp on the outer part of the
cable. To the left of that you should see the inner cable (the part
that moves and pulls the latch). Try to either grab it with the pliers
or get the screwdriver above it and pull down. You'll here it click
open when you get it.
If the cable is broken or off, you're
still in the right area. Look for the latch assembly, there are two or
three small arms beneath. Try to move each one to the right. Be
patient, you'll get it open.