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Is there a manual external hood latch on 95 continentals locked out due to dead battery not door key.

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No. back feed power from underneith through the battery cable going to the starter or through the cigarette lighter.

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No there is not an external hood latch you should be able to unlock the doors with the key to open hood.

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