Question about Geo Cars & Trucks
Problem with latch --sticking cable broke --pull broke etc this info can help qet a better answer ---pull broken use pliers and pull on cable --cable broken will need to use a long screwdriver or skinny arm to get by the grill and pop latch or pull release and bang or push down on hood not enough to dent but to jar latch
Posted on Jul 28, 2018
The firing order is 1-3-2, distrubtor rotates counter clockwise. looking at engine from front of vehicle cyl. # 1 will be on your left cyl.# 2 center and cyl.# 3on your right.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
It is in the glove compartment to keep theives from opening the hood and stealing the vehicle or engine parts. Since the vehicle is a Jeep-style convertible, the interior is not secure.
To open the hood do the following (I own a 1997)
open the glove box.
reach up and to the right and you will feel the handle.
The hood will still look closed, so you have to lift up on the front of the hood and then push the internal release, whioch is in the middle of the front of the hood.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2009
The cable has snapped. The easy bit is replacing it, the hard bit is getting the bonnet open to do so. Take it to a good local garage, or even to ford to open the hood, tell them you can't open the hood and say nothing. Let them open the hood for you, and close it slowly, just one click, so it it still latched, then change the cable.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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