Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Suggest you lube the locking switch under the hood with wd40.also lube the pull handle under the dash with wd40. sometimes it may take 2 people to do this. lube the locking mechanism under hood first. then pull the release handle and spray the wd40 on the rod behind the lever to insure that it gets lubricant to cable. some times you may need to adjust the spring under hood also, simply spray it with wd40 and push upward on the round spring thats attached to the hood, work it upwards with minimal force. continue to spray it while you push it upwards, this will loosen the spring, which will let it do what it's supposed to do when you pull the release inside for hood to pop up. hope this helps, and thank you for choosing fixya.com
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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