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Yes. Go to a parts store and pick up a fiber glass repair kit. It shoud come with fiber mat "cat hair", resin, and hardener. Get a face mask, plastic applicator and latex gloves and wear old clothes, IT IS MESSY. Sand the crack + 6" in all directions. Do this to the back side of the hood so the repair won't show. For best result, remove the hood to work on it. Follow instructions on kit. not that hard to do
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