Question about 1994 Ford Escort
Usually you can remove the grill to access the latches for the hood without opening the hood. In some cases you can reach up by lying under the nose of the car and you can trip the latch too-worst case, a body shop should be able to do it in a few minutes, usually for less than $25.
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It may be that your hood release cable that runs from the hood release is broken. You'r going to have to try and manually release the hood latch by tripping the release through the grill with something like a long screwdriver. You should be able to identify the latch trigger by following the cable to end.
You might also try having push down on the hood while another person tries to trip the latch if the cable isn't broken, but just stuck.
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