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I need to open the bonnet of a 2004 Honda crv sports. I cannot get inside the car as I was in the process of replacing a flat battery and the car was locked when the bonnet was accidentally closed. So, no power to unlock the car and pull the release lever. Is there another way to manually open the bonnet? Please help, it's the weekend and I'm stuck at the shopping centre!

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I would suggest u to get rid of this age old crv and get a new crv sport. anyways u can try to lift the bonnet from near the front grille and once it is up make sure u give it a strong support so that it doesn't come falling on ur head.

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May have to get a battery powered sawzall and cut the latch that keeps the bonnet closed with a metal cutting blade. Then, go to a salvage yard and replace that part.

Good luck on this repair.

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