hood release

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Asked by May 07, 2008 at 09:05 PM about the 1994 Suzuki Sidekick 4 Dr JS SUV

Question type: General

just picked up this vehicle for a hundred bucks...will be used as a beater around the farm, how do you open the hood...can't find the relaese handle...help...

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hood realease there is no release hell if its going to be a farm beater... screw it take a tourch cut the hood off and set up some straight up pipes off the manifold, raise the thing and make a monster trunk out of the thing...

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995

the hood release is actually located in the trunk by the spare tire!

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haha....open the glove box,its on the top!! just where it should be:)but I do agree with the other comment, cut the damn hood off!!!

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IN THE GLOVE BOX RIGHT HAND SIDE

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20

it doesnt work

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you sometimes have to wedge something behind the the pull latch in the glovebox in order for it to stay open till you get to swing latch under the hood. or have someone pull it and keep it open while you actually unlatch the swing latch at the front and center of the hood.

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