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Well could be the cable is dry and sticking but 1st check the lock lever. have someone pull the hood release. while they car pulling it make sure the hood lock is not in the lock position. if it is while they are pulling the release grab the hook on the lock and pull it to the open position. A quick shot with oil once a year helps it stay loose also. Check on the body along where the hood closes and make sure you didnt leave any tools there. It happens to the best of us. Working on your car under the hood, put a tool of old part down the forget its there. also look on top of the engine for tools, parts etc.
Hope this helps, God Bless :O)
Posted on May 01, 2014
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