any hood for a 82-92 will fit
Of course not
Yes it will.I put a hood from an 86 put on my 91 RS and it fit perfect. I later dumped it for a new 89 Z28 hood cause the 86 hood was not cherry.
You can find a hood release cable for a 1991 Geo Prism at various auto part stores. You can also check with local salvage yards.
No, only a 98-02 Camaro hood would fit an 01 Camaro
If you can find the cable under the hood, or if you can get to the cable where it's broken, a pair of vise-grips and a healthy pull should open it up.
There are two ways to do this. First, you can break a few vanes out of the grill, and use a long screw driver to operate the lever that the cable pulls, or you can lay on your back underneath the vehicle, and using a long screwdriver operate the same lever. The latter is usually very difficult.
Fuel pump relay is mounted on the firewall under the hood near the master cylinder.
Only 82-92 camaro hood.
There is no hood emblem on a 1970 Camaro. The emblem is on the upper valance, and if you use some sort of foam gasket you could probably get it to fit.
yes the hood mounts the same way
use the key...manualy I didnt get a hood key with my 93.(re*&$%) You will have no choice but to go underneath the car and try to reach the latch. Somtimes you can see where the cable attaches. Use a screwdriver,pliers, or whatever to activate the lever. Move the lever in the same direction as the cable would and the hood should release.
Had same problem today on 1993 Chevy truck. We cut black insulation around cable between hood release and wall in truck about 4 inches. Then pulled on cable and it opened hood.
The hood is openned by a cable that links the handle in the car the hood latch. If the cable is broken or detached then the hood will not open. The cable has two parts, an outer covering and the actual cable that pulls on the hood latch when the inside handle is pulled, you need to check the inside handle to see if the cable is still attached to the handle, also you need to check the hood latch to see if that end is still attached to the hood latch. If either is disconnected the you will need to get appropriate hardware(nuts,bolts etc) to attach it back but if the cable is broken it has to be replaced complete. This you might or might not be able to do depending on you skill and proficiency with tools.
It is not OBDII. The connecter is under the hood.
By all means, yes it will
That depends on which engine you have under the hood, and if it is equipped with an A/T or Manual transmission. You fail to provide this critical information, so your question is unanswerable.
Under hood, passenger side, lower engine area, front of starter, mounted in engine block.
If there is any cable showing at the handle just pull on it with a pair of pliers. You can probably take the grill out and get to the cable there. grab a pair of little vice grips get it on the wire keep em there till u get it fixed
Theres a handle that sticks out from the front grill of the Camaro. Grab it and pull on it to pop the hood. You may have to pull it again in order to lift the hood after it has popped up.
The hood release cable.
This is tough. I had this problem once when my cable was sticking. What I had to do was take a really slender flat blade screwdriver, crawl on my back under the car and reach straight up past the radiator. There's a spot where you can fish the screwdriver in and twist and the hood will pop. I did it once, and I know that the directions aren't that hot, but I got it to work. Wish I could help more. Mike I looked at my Camaro and the cable runs behind the high beam on driver side might be able to get access there if not broke to close to the latch. Other answer is good also . good luck.
It is located on the drivers side, under the hood next to the hood hinge! There are 3 relays together. It is the relay in the middle! About 3" tall and 1 1/2 " wide.