In the glove compartment.
It is actually a little T handle in the glove compartment which when pulled releases the hood and a secondary release is under the hood that also has to be released.
It is in the glove box.
look in glovebox
In the upper part of the gloves compartment? It's where it is on a 1993 Sidekick.
The hood release cable is in the glove box in the upper right corner
The hood release handle is in the glove box.
In the glove box on the passenger side of the car
the hood release lever is in the glove box...then opens like any other vehicle
unbolt old bolt in new done.
There is no tilt steering for a sidekick, but the hood release button is in the glove box. Then the latch is under the hood after you pressed the button. I have tilt steering on my 1995 Sidekick. There is a lever on the left side of the steering column. it releases and locks the column in place where you want it. And yes, the hood release is in the glove box.
chances are in the glove box on the top right side. my 93 was wierd like that.
It's in the glove box
pull the hood release catch located in the glove compartment just behind the facia.
Remove carefully front grill with thin flat screwdriver to release tabs around it and you will access to the latch and pull cable end mechanism. Open it by pushing down on the hood while releasing the latch mechanism.
In the glove box.
just honk it and listen. gee. the horn is in the front of the radiator.
http://www.kick-fix.com/find-parts.html on the hood is a vacuum diagram. required by law. open hood. look up .under hood ,not down.
Have you looked under the hood on the driver side? I believe it has a black plastic cover over it.
Hood release handle is in the glove box. Then proceed as normal at the hood lifting slightly and feeling out the release lever and pull it up.
Its inside the glove box
to lower hood, just drop it!?? to open it however, the release is in the glove compartment to the left.
The lights on the Sidekick simply twist out from the rear of the fixture. Open the hood, unplug the wiring assembly, and twist the light bulb assembly about a 1/4 turn. You can then pull the light from the headlamp housing.
you might be able to get under the car somehow and flip the hood release from the inside.
it is not a power hood release, so it will operate with a dead battery, then it has a safety release behind the grille. no power needed. goodluck
There is a 'T' handle in the glove box, pull it and the hood will pop open. Release the safety catch under the hood in the middle and the hood will fold back to the windshield rubber stopper.
you have to replace it