A "Bonnet" is the British equivalent of a "hood". There are several differences between American and British automotive terms. Other translations include "boot" which we Americans call a "trunk", "propshaft" which we call "drive shaft", "drive shaft" which we call "axle", and "spanner" which we call a "wrench"
BONNET A Bonnet
The bonnet is what Americans call the hood of the car.
under the bonnet of my car/pickup,is a 7.3 lr powerstroke diesel engine,
pull the bonnet catch in the car you plonker
you pull the bonnet release in car then under bonnet there is black button thingy you pull out and lift bonnet. hope this helps
the catch is on the undernath left of the sign when standing in front of the car. it is a plastic catch flush with the bonnet. work along from centre pushing up and you will open bonnet. catch is different to a convential car as it is flush with bonnet and made of plastic.
Yes you can sleep on the roof or the bonnet
To protect the engine form the weather !