Question about Cars & Trucks
The hood latch is operated with the main catch under the hood . There is no cable. Do you have to remove the grille to get to it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
JACK UP YOUR CAR AND REMOVE THE RETAINING BOLTS THAT HOLD ON THE PLASTIC UNDER TRAY.AND NOW YOU CAN GET AT THE LOCKING MECHANISM ITS SELF..............(NO DAMAGE)...........
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
The latch is stuck in the open position. I always found white lithium grease worked best on those latches but any good lubricant will work. Try moving the latch manually with a screwdriver. After applying the lubricant move the latch a few times. You should see the tension return to the release, if it doesn't you have a broken release cable.
Posted on May 10, 2009
remove front grille then you have to fiddle about with the catch it is quite tedious but the only way or take to a dealrship
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
2000 FORD SUPER DUTY 5.4 HOOD STICKS.YOU CAN HAVE AN ASSISTANT PULL THE HOOD CABLE AND EASILY OPEN THE HOOD BUT THE HOOD WILL NOT POP UP ON ITS OWN..ANY ADVISE?
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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