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Hood cable is broken and can not open hood need to get hood open and replace cable

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  • 1986buggy_aa Apr 08, 2009

    i have a 2001 bmw 325i and the hood cable is broke. how do i get the hood open to fix this problem?

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Get under the front of the car you should be able to reach the hood latch to get it open.

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