Question about 1999 Isuzu VehiCROSS
There is only one way to do it short of getting a crowbar in there. Get some coat hangers, if you have a cordless drill or a drill motor, twist the hanger in the drill a bunch of times to stiffen up the wire, then put a hook on the end and go fishing, get a light, and go to the left, try to find the catch and trip, it can be done. It might take you an hour, but it is the only way. Once you get it open, you can find out what happened to the cable. Might have slipped. Some cars have a hidden button or hole that you just punch the wire in and it will pop open. You have to look real close for it. One way to do it is get a van just like yours next to it so you can see what you need to hit. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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