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You will have to get up underneath and try to open bonnet with a big screwdriver,or visit the local body shop

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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Im having trouble trying to open the bonnet on my territory, the lever inside the car works, but it doesn't free the latch mechanism inside the bonnet, the wire isn't broken either.???


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REMOVE KIDNEY GRILL, GET A DENTAL PICK, TUG ON THE OPEN SPACE THAT EXPOSES THE CABLE RIGHT BEFORE IT GOES TO THE LATCH, TUG ON IT TO ACTIVATE THE LATCH AND IT WILL OPEN

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Sticking bonnet offside catch. possible cable stretched. How to open the bonnet


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On Pulling Release handle in drivers footwell. No resistence is felt. suspected broken cable. Require a method of releasing bonnet catch or gaining access to cable locations .


REMOVED PANEL FROM UNDER THE BUMPER AND REACHED UP TO THE TOP OF BONNET AND LOCATED CABLE. PULLED ON CABLE WHILST 3RD PARTY PULLED BONNET LEVER IN DRIVERS FOOTWELL. BONNET RELEASED.

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Most of the time the cable snaps at the release handle. If you remove the handle and get the end of the cable, you can cut off the cable jacket and use needle nose pliers or vise grips to grab the cable and pull to release bonnet.

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Can't open Bonnet bonnet cable failure


The leaver may have broken, or the cable is simply too stretched and loose to open the hood. Another reason is hood might be putting a lot of pressure on the lever, therefore making in near impossible to open bonnet (hood), so you may need someone to push or pull up on it as you pull the lever.

See if you can get at the cable itself, directly behind the lever. If so, cut some of the plastic cover away until you see the bare cable, give the cable a tug with pliers.

I once had to remove the grill to get access to the cable there, I cut into the plastic cover, slid it back and grabbed the bare cable with needle nose pliers and gave that a tug.

See if you can get at the cable, if the lever isn't working remove it (usually two bolts or so) and try pulling on the cable there.

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Loo between both light in the long **** shape gap just below where the bonnet is. If you look to the right, you should see a black cable hanging down. If not the it has snapped away, but if you can. Here is what you can to to open the bonnet. Use a long pair of plires and gab the cable. When you have a good grip, pull the cable firmly to the right (passenger side light). This should open the bonnet. It has worked for me....

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