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2004 mitsubishi lancer how to replace and attach hood cable

I need to replace the hood cable, i don't know how it attaches to the inside handle (old one came off) and can i tie it the the old cable and pull it through the firewall?

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SOURCE: My 97 chevy cavalier hood wont open, please help

you should be able to unscrew the hood latch release from the interior of the car and take the cable loose so you can pull the cable out more also once it is released put it back together and adjust the release from the front of the car should be three bolts.

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one way would be to take off the bumber and pry it open. these cars should have back up plans but they dont. lol once you get it open try going to a junk yard and taking one out of another car. if not then buy one and get it put in professionally because its very difficult to do.

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SOURCE: Wiring trailer connection to Mitsubishi Magna te 1996

In case you weren't aware, you can buy an adapter that plugs into your harness in the area in front of rear bumper, up under vehicle, that will do all of what your trying to accomplish, with a whole lot less work, and they are not that expensive, plus you don't have to touch wires in behind panels etc. Does that sound good to you, or do you still want other instructions? Also, does this trailer have brakes that need to be hooked up as well in this plug? Sorry for all the questions but, want to make sure we get it right the first time. If no brakes on trailer, all you need is right signal, left signal, & running light working, and we need to know if your brake lights are same bulb as your signal lights.

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