Question about Ford Explorer
DROP THE RELEASE HANDLE BRACKET DOWN INSIDE THE TRUCK AND USE A PAIR OF VISE GRIPS TO GRASP THE STUB OF OF THE BROKEN CABLE, THIS WILL USUALLY RELEASE THE HOOD LATCH, IF THAT DOESN'T WORK YOU MUST GO UNDER THE TRUCK AND REACH THE HOOD LATCH THAT WAY, VERY TOUGH WITHOUT A CAR LIFT.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It may be that your hood release cable that runs from the hood release is broken. You'r going to have to try and manually release the hood latch by tripping the release through the grill with something like a long screwdriver. You should be able to identify the latch trigger by following the cable to end.
You might also try having push down on the hood while another person tries to trip the latch if the cable isn't broken, but just stuck.
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