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    2000 Carrera Cab
  1. Thanks for the help here - I managed to get the end of the spring inserted back into the hole for my 2000. But I do wonder how long before it happens again? Will some white lithium grease help prevent it from happening again, or will that make it easier to slip out of the hole? (Yes, I know, lube the coil, not the end). \chuckb
  2. THANK YOU for this thread! I had gotten ahold of the emergency cable, but had no luck pulling on it. But wrapping a spatula handle in a towel, I was able to pry the hood up far enough to reach the secondary latch (red handle) and open the hood. It didn't take much force, just a bit more than I was able to apply with my fingertips in the crack.
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