You can probably open it with a flat blade screwdriver. The lock itself has a flat blade shaped rod that releases the latch. If the lock is gone, look for a rectangular shaped hole in the latch. Insert the screwdriver and turn clockwise.
look under the front of the car and you should see it in the middle behind the grille
It will vary depending on the model, but I have a 94 Cutlass Ciera, and it has a 3.2 liter V6 in it
If you open the drivers side door and look in the area were the door latch is located you should see a sticker with the gvw on it. if it is not there look on the door jam were the door connects to the jam and it should be there.
It's a cable going to the latch, Looks like parking brake cables.
weight limits should listed on the driver door. just open it and look at the end of door or it may be on the jam just below the latch.
Look behind the glovebox.
That's a very general question. You would have to look at specifics such as, how the body of the truck looks, the internal work of the truck, how it runs, etc. All of those things play a huge role when pricing a 1989 Chevy truck.
They will fit, but they will look stupid as hell. Keep in mind the 1972 Cutlass came stock with 14" or 15" wheels. Anything bigger than 18" tends to look really, REALLY stupid on older cars like the '72 Cutlass.
Some cars have an emergency pull tab on the inside of the truck to release it. Look for that first. If not have someone open it if you are stuck inside it. May be able to see the latch from the inside and pull the cord if it has one.
Once the hood is released, there's a second latch that has to be moved by hand. Look through the space between the hood and the grille and look for a latch that can be moved. Then lift the hood.
On the 2004 model (as well as some others) there will be two screws on either side of the latch as you look at it with the gloe box door open. Simply remove those two screws and press on the latch and it will come out. If your latch broke as mine did you may have to use a little bit of pressure. Once you have the old latch out place the new latch in the slt and replace the screws.
There is a screwdriver slot behind the grill that will operate the hood latch. Look for it on the driver's side.
There is a screwdriver slot behind the grill that will operate the hood latch. Look for it on the driver's side
There should be a sticker on the drivers door somewhere or on the vertical post next to it. Don't just look on the edge of the door by the latch, I had an older C-20 that had the sticker on top of the door edge.
yes, but the brake light configuration will be different. 70 look like "l l l l" 71 look like "= =" 72 look like "=="
Look at the bottom or rear of radiator Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
The most simple answer is to look at the second digit of the VIN. If its a "3", then you have a Cutlass model, if it is a "4", then you have a 442 model.
The generic answer would be to first take a good look on the hood release mechanism on a similar car. Then get a good flashlight, look through the grille and see if there's a way of accessing the latch from there.
Open the door and look where the latch is there should be a black lever push it down and it should unlock the door.
Look on the door post at the latch and there should be a sticker with all information on it. It tells the date of mfg, tire pressure and size, payload etc.. very informative. Hope this helps.
Remove the airbox and look underneath.
It depends on what is wrong with the cable. When you pull the hood release within the car, is the latch not popping? If you can get the hood up at all, then you should look at the actual latch system where the cable runs, there is a metal clip that holds the cable to the latch. Have another person pull the interior latch release and watch the cable.
open drivers door look at tag on edge of door look for gvr gross weight