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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Hood Primary Latch Release Cable Replacement

Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual / Body repair / Bolted Exterior Body Panels and Closures / Hood Primary Latch Release Cable Replacement

Preliminary Procedure

Preliminary Procedure

  1. Remove hood primary latch release cable handle. Refer to Hood Primary Latch  Release Cable Handle Replacement.
  2. Remove the front bumper fascia. Refer to Front Bumper Fascia Replacement
  3. Remove the radiator grille support. Refer to Radiator Grille Reinforcement Support Replacement.
  4. Remove the air inlet grille panel. Refer to Air Inlet Grille Panel Replacement.

Hood Primary Latch Release Cable

Procedure

To release the hood primary latch release cable, unhook from hood primary and secondary latch.

Front Fender Front Lower Bracket Replacement
Preliminary Procedure Remove the front bumper fascia. Refer to Front   Bumper Fascia Replacement. Remove the headlamp. Refer to Headlamp Replacement Remove the front fender. R ...

Rear Side Door Check Replacement
Preliminary Procedure Remove rear side door trim panel. Refer to Rear   Side Door Trim Replacement Remove the rear side door water deflector. Refer to Rear Side Door Water De ...

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