Just had this problem myself on my 206. The lever in car was not opening bonnet. Had no idea whether it was the lever, cable or lock. The car was taken to it to garage to be fixed. Was told that the catch/lock mechanism had totally ceased- was shown the old lock and it had indeed beyond any DW40 assistance. When I asked how they managed to get bonnet open to find out what was wrong, was told that that there is a way of doing this by going underneath the car and taking out (unscrewing) lock mechanism which should release bonnet albeit with lock attached. Imagine that this is an awkward job given that the 206 has no front grill that can make access to lock easier. But it might be a start in terms of finding out whats wrong. The cost of the job was £60. On another note, I have had a 206 for less than a year and have to say given the increasing catalogue of things that have gone wrong and mainly silly things (heater, indicator unit, water leaking onto driver side back seat) which from looking on other Peugeot sites appear to be common problems, I m not that impressed with this car at all. Need less to say I m really looking forward to taking it through its MOT in a few months time.
have you tried getting sum 1 to push dawn on the bonnet and puling the lever ??
there is a lever under the glove box on passenger side release this then under your bonnet theres a catch to the right side of the peugeot lion release this then bonnet goes up automatic.
the bonnet release lever on my 1991 205 is underneath the glovebox on the side by the door, and when the bonnet pops open, there is a small catch roughly in the centre, push it up (towards the bonnet) and pull the bonnet open.
Release the main bonnet catch on the steering wheel column. Push the bonnet catch in the front grill once and it'll come out half way, then pull the half out catch to open the bonnet.
were is the bonnet catch on a citroen berlingo
If you want to get the bonnet open when the catch has broken and the is no cable to get hold of the Renault Grand Espace; use the screwdriver to PUSH the catch from right to left.
under the passenger seats foot well
Volkswagen bonnet catch
on the passenger side under the glovebox there's a handle.push towards front of car.lift the bonnet a touch and just to the left of centre slide the catch to the left
pull the bonnet catch in the car you plonker
The bonnet catch is in the foot well on the passenger side near the door but high up. Pull it to release the catch then put your fingers between the gap of the slightly open bonnet lid in the middle. You will find a small plate that needs to pushed up ton release the lid.
On the left hand side of the front passengers' foot well there is a lever that pulls towards you. Once you've done that there is a catch under the front bonnet, just above the peugeot badge, which moves up to release the bonnet completely.
the catch is on the undernath left of the sign when standing in front of the car. it is a plastic catch flush with the bonnet. work along from centre pushing up and you will open bonnet. catch is different to a convential car as it is flush with bonnet and made of plastic.
if its the lever, that's beside the drivers knee. the catch in the bonnet is just inside the lip of the bonnet to the left of the badge above the bumper
its hard to find the interior catch. its in the passenger footwell, near the outer wall, right under the glovebox. its hidden well up there, but its there. pull it, and the bonnet will pop....
Bonnet release on escorts is usually on the underside if the steering column, below the steering wheel. The bonnet will pop and then you have to do the bonnet release catch around the badge on the front grill.
a long reach screw driver through the grill to release the catch,
The bonnet, (hood) release catch on my 98 406 GLX is on the drivers side (UK) under dash on right hand side wall. Pull hook type lever, when bonnet has released find lever on front of grill to the right of Peugeot emblem and lift up.
i think it under the glove compartment on the passengers side ( red handle )
to the right of the accelarator pedal, small black lever. or do you mean the bonnet catch ? about 12cm to the right of the centre of the bonnet.
The release is on under the steering wheel, near the driver's door. Once released, the bonnet catch is to the right of the center, just above the grille. Slide it to the right to pop the bonnet.
pull the bonnet catch
Passenger side, on the left side of leg room area. (right hand drive car)
Insert ignition key into front grille just beneath the bonnet turn anti clockwise to release bonnet and turn clockwise to release safety catch and lift bonnet
Reach up from under car hold cable and push toward bonnet catch