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When i pop the latch inside, it does nothing; i hear the latch clicking, but cannot access the secondary latch...

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Sometimes you have to bump the hood to get it to release. Unless the cable is broken that goes to the primary hood latch. If this is the case then you will have to reach up under the bumper to reach the hood latch. There will be a cable that runs up to the hood latch. You will have to pull on the inner part of the cable to get the hood to release. At that point it would be a good idea to replace the cable. But usually the cable is not broken, it just gets stretched. And bumping the hood while someone else pulls the lever inside usually works.

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