Question about 1993 Saab 9000 Hatchback
The hood release cable could be stuck or came loose.If you use a flashlight and look carefully through the top portion of the front grill you will see two little hooks.One to your left and one to your right.They are kind of between the lip of the hood and the top of the grill.The one on your left is near the top left of the grill and the one on your right is near the top right of the grill.Sorry if it sounds complicated.Another option is to use a thin flat screwdriver,fit it between the lip of the hood and the grill and slide it from left to right against both hooks.Both hooks move to the right to unlock the hood.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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