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Hood cable is borken can get hood open

Cable is broken so therfore i cant realease the hood to open it

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  • wfmontague May 03, 2009

    the car's hood cable is broken and can't open hood.


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If its broken at the handle inside the car use a pair of pliers to pull the silver cable if it is broken outside the car there is a black plastic shield on the underside of the car, remove it and the lack will be visible use a screw driver to release latch

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