Question about Ford Explorer Sport Trac
Sometimes it’s an issue of lubrication problem. Spraying down the latch assembly and the cable, if accessible, with WD-40 always made the problem go away. You may have to do it several times and wait while the lube seeps into the mechanism. The latch assembly should be right in front of the radiator. Cables can be tough to lubricate if they are inside a rubber or plastic guide but you can usually shoot lube in at one or both ends. Work the latch and cable manually to free them up.
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