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.
Easy!Pull the bonnet release lever on passenger side of car (Assuming its a right hand drive car). Then at the front of the car midway between the centre and drivers side (again assuming its a right hand drive car) and just under the bonnet there is a little black plastic "T" shaped piece. Pull hard on this as it sometimes sticks a bit and you should hear the bonnet release and then simply lift up the bonnet.
Open the door with your key and pull the bonnet release.
AnswerThe Bonnet is called the Hood in the U.S. Pull the lever inside the car, on drivers side. Then release the hood (bonnet) with the lever located in the front grille.If the level is slack - it points to a snapped bonnet release cable.To open the bonnet in this situation (on a Fiat Punto), you'll need to get under the car.I jacked up the car, placed it on a stand on the passenger side, and reached up underneath. I've videoed it - quick to do once you see it.http://bit.ly/Yh1dQ9TAG: Fiat Punto, Bonnet Cable, Snapped Bonnet Cable
located at the front of the car
To protect the engine form the weather !
Yes you can sleep on the roof or the bonnet
hood (or bonnet in UK)
"Bonnet" is the Britsh equivalent of the "hood" of a car. answer the metal sheet covering the entire engine is Bonnet which is also sometimes called as Hood.
You have to be going less than 75km/hour to keep the bonnet attached to the vehicle.
In car usage it is the hood over the engine of a car.
the hoodOn a car it's the hood, on a woman a hat.
pull the bonnet release under the dasshboard on drivers side a black/red button then comes out of grill on front of car push button in and bonnet opens
The bonnet (not bonit) is the cover of a cars engine. In American English it's calls hood.If someone asks "What is under the bonnet of this car?" he wants to know something about the engine.
The bonnet or hood release on a Volvo S40 is located on the left side of the car under the dash. Simply pull the lever to unlock the bonnet.
Using a small lever in the car.
its what covers your engine in a car USA call it a hood
Bonnet - A removable metal plate over a machine part, such as a valve. Car hoods used to be removable. Boot-the receptacle or place into which the top of a convertible car fits when lowered.
go to the ford badge on the front of the car , slide it up from the right ,insert your car key turn once to the left then turn to the right and the bonnet will open
There should be a cable hanging down from where the latch was. Just grip with a pair of pliers and give it a gentle pull. You will hear a click and then you can release and go to the front of the car and open the bonnet.If the level is slack - it points to a snapped bonnet release cable.To open the bonnet in this situation (on a Fiat Punto), you'll need to get under the car.I jacked up the car, placed it on a stand on the passenger side, and reached up underneath. I've videoed it - quick to do once you see it.http://bit.ly/Yh1dQ9TAG: Fiat Punto, Bonnet Cable, Snapped Bonnet Cable
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