Are you Positive the release Cable is broken, I'm currently having the same problem with my girlfriends car but the cable is still attached but the latch is sticking, My best advice is first try pulling on the cable from the interior of your car with pliers. if the cable comes free and the hood doesn't pop Yeah, it's broken, and you'll have to manually pop the hood from underneat MUCH easier said than done. if the cable holds then you're in luck, get a friend to hold the hood release open while you hold the latch on the front of the car and try to lift jiggling up and down also works sometimes and if I'm not mistaken then either one of the springs on your latch is broken or it is just too gummed up with dirty grease, I haven't yet diagnosed my Girlfriends entirely. I'll post my findings as soon as I can.
You can also try pulling on the remaining part of the cable with a pair of Vise-Grips or similar, then bang on the hood with your fist a few times. The hood should then pop up enough to enable you to release the safety latch. I've found this works on most cars when you're stuck and there's no one around to help you...
If it is broken and the hood closed take it to the body shop.
remove battery cable for 1 min
if you can at least pop the hud a little bit you can rich your hand under the hun and pull on the latch that should let you open the hud.
Begin by removing the decorative cover from your 2001 Pontiac Bonneville radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.
If it is broken they cannot be repaired. You need to replace it.
The throtle cable is freezing up. Replace it.
It depends on where its broke at. Is the cable broken at the mechanical part or is it broken before that?
Did you hook upall the wires at the starter?
With a key or from the inside.
Hood release cable has connector nuts on both ends of the cable. Loosen the connector nuts. Remove the cable retainers. The cable will come off and can be replaced with a new hood release cable.
Replace emergency brake cable Secure emergency brake pedal in its upper most position (released)
if you look up under the hood in front there a little slider that the cable runs to you can slide it and it should pop
You may pull the wire with a pair of plyers near the hood latch. To access it you need to reach behind the grille of the car and pull the exposed wire near the latch with the plyers
It depends which cable is broken. If the main cable is broken under the truck, the brakes should release on their own. If the brakes dont release, the cables are frozen from rust and need to be replaced. If the release cable from the handle to pedal assemdly is broken reach under the dash above the pedal and find the small release arm. Pull the arm toward you [ the rear of vehicle ] and the emergency brake pedal will release.
grab the broken end of the cable with vice grips and pull it
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Broken wire, or broken end connector ? If the cable (wire) is still in tact, just grab the effected cable and pull the cable, while pulling on the door handle release. The cable will then pull the latch and open.
IS JUST THE HANDLE OF THE CABLE BROKE OFF UNDER THE DASH? IF SO USE A PAIR OF PLIARS TO PULL THE CABLE TO POP THE HOOD.
Reach under the front of your car between the radiator and the grill and pull the wire down. That will unhook your hood latch. Replace the cable.
Our 2004 Saturn Vue hood release can be opened (if the cable is not broken) by disconnecting the cable from the back of the release lever, grabbing the ball on the end of the cable with some large pliers ("channel locks") and pulling hard. A metal "wire keeper" bracket clamped to the cable end under the hood to serve as a spacer and the release lever works.
If its broken, then the cable is released. IF the breaks are still sticking, then the rear brakes will have to be opened up and the mechanism freed up.
my hood stuck on left side
how to get a 2001 isuzu trooper hood open if release cable is broken
That depends on a few things. If the cable has broken at the release handle, you can use Vice Grips or pliers to grab the end of the cable and pull. If the hood is stuck down you can have a helper pull up on the hood while you work the release in the car. If the cable has broken at the latch consult a pro for help. If you get a helper to hold the the hood release open on the inside and tap lightly, with the side of your fist, on the front of your hood just above the grill. This will usually work if the cable is not broken.