Question about 1989 Ford F 250
I had the hood open to charge the battery and a strong wind came up and pushed one of the hood spring/brackets past the point where it "locks" in place, so that the hood would not close. I couldn't bend the bracket back to the lock position, so I removed the bolt holding the bracket. Now I don't know how, with only one pair of hands, I can hold the spring in place while trying to bend the bracket down to the right position and bolt it in place.
Yeh, OK, I'm a dumb girl who tries to do most of my own repairs, and this one looked simple enough but obviously I need some help sometimes. I have lots of tools and a fair amount of skill. Thanks!
Go to salvage yard you can get another one .it should not cause much.dont try doing by your self.you break fingers .
Posted on May 13, 2009
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