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Pulled hood release inside. Went to open hood outside would not open. Lifts maybe 1/4 inch but no further. Any ...



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Old 10-04-2018, 08:43 AM
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Pulled hood release inside. Went to open hood outside would not open. Lifts maybe 1/4 inch but no further. Any suggestions.

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Mechanism may need some luuuube
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Lube always make things better. When in doubt, use more lube. Right Jason?
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Lube always make things better. When in doubt, use more lube. Right Jason?
Are ya going back to the Homo stuff again?
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