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Hoodlatch is doesn't stay shut for Toyota Corolla 1993

Hoodlatch is doesn't stay shut. I need replacement for Toyota Corolla 1993. What should I do?

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Before you replace it, are you sure that it is broken? Most of the time, the release mechanism rusts, and sticks in the "open Position". Spray it down with WD-40, and look at the latch closely. Look at the driver side, and see if the release cable is retracted. Using a long screwdriver, pry the release cable back out. It just may be seized up.

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