how do you open the hood when latch from inside car is broken?

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Asked by Jul 28, 2014 at 05:23 PM about the 2000 Chrysler 300M

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If its just the pull handle that's broke you should be able to use a set of pliers to pull the cable that the handle was attached to.

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Two feet of the cable wire came out of the inside of the car handle. So that means the rest of it is inside the engine, I guess. I can get to the lever to open the hood but it doesn't open, so I guess I need the ability to unlatch the first latch that comes from inside the car. So is there a magic latch I don't know about. . .?

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remove inner fender well you can get to cable driver side

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