If the cable broke at the pull under the dash, and it is still sticking out of the casing, behind the pull, you should be able to grab the end of the cable with a pair of plyers and give it a yank to pull the cable and open the hood. If it broke somewhere between the pull, inside the car, and the latch, under the hood, best bet would be if you can see under the front of the car and reach up, you can release it that way, by pulling on the cable.
Try to find the cable that the hood release would normally pull, you might have to remove some panels. Try pulling that with a vice grips.
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.
If the speedometer doesn't work either, then the cable broke or came loose. Otherwise, the gears in the odometer broke.
i had the same problem. the hood release is controlled by a cable. what i had to do was take off the cover by the driver side seat,grab the cable with a pair of vise gripps and pull the wire in the cable with a pair of pliers. it sounds crude but that's the only way to get the hood up. by the way,i would take it somewhere to get the cable replaced.it's buried!!!!!
No, only a 98-02 Camaro hood would fit an 01 Camaro
Probably does not have a speed sensor. It would have a speedometer cable that goes from the back of the speedometer, through the firewall, underneath the car, and into the transmission.
speed obo cable broke that goes from speed obo to trans
The transmission throttle valve cable needs to be adjusted.
The 2010 Camaro would win.
AnswerIf it is just the plastic handle broken, behind that is the cable that opens the hood. Just grab the cable with a pair of pliers and pull. You can probably just replace the inside handle and not have to run a new cable. AnswerI assume the handle broke off in the car. You will have to by a new cable/handle assembly ($30.00) so I would: Cut the remaining handle and end off the cable housing so you can get at the inner cable core. Then take a vise grip and pull on the inner core to release hood latch. New housing/cable assemblies are available at your Ford dealer.
the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. This guy has no idea what he is saying. Mustang @ crank meaning all out 193 camaro 200 stock and about 210 @ crank So do the math camaro