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When replacing the pto cable on a J-D LA115, does the pin under the hood go up or down and where does the spring connect to?? Diagram would help much. Thanks

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Ask the parts guy at the dealer for a print out of it.

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SOURCE: 1994 Lexus LS400 Broken Hood Cable - Hoe could I replace?

you have to route cable along the fender side under the hood like on battery side. you have to run it where it wont get in contact with drive belt.your cable has a ball of metal at the end of it.your hood latch should have a clip where you put your cable in it.you should not have to remove nothing.just drop cable in place.

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well i would 1st lower the hood and use a light to see with weather or not the lock and the latch look as if they are aligned into the correct position .

if they meet open the hood again and see if the lock is in the closed position and by using the hood open handle in the vehicle open the hood even if the need for a 2nd person to do this as you use a screwdriver to help pry up in between the lock itself the cable may be rusty and the use of penetrating oil would be my suggestion and allow it to work a few times to ensure it is working into the cable and lock

if on the other hand none of these works for you i would take a 2nd look at the lock to ensure and im not sure how hard the hood was as you put it "Slammed " ensure the springs and all looks good
but i would think this is an easy fix unless it was broken in the "Process " .but i hope its one of these and is an easy fix for you all ..

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