have you tried using two people at a time to open the hood - one to pull on up on the hood while the other pulls the interior release?
only way my '94 Accord would open. (or I prised release open with a screw-driver and pulled the hood myself)
hope it helps
Yeah, I tried that to no avail. The cable seems to be broken at the latch mechanism. I don't think I can remove the grill, either, without the hood open. I can get a screw driver into the hood space but there doesn't seem to be any access to the catch spring. Anyone have any other thoughts? This happened with my daughter's '96 Accord, I don't know if it will work on a Civic. I crawled under the front of the car and "carefully" slid a long metal rod up past the radiator and pushed on the release lever for the hood.
cause its a civic that Honda makes
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No it will not.
No it will not.
the lower hose
if the Honda civic dx is a 92-95 then yes.
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