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Hood latch popping open: which fuse?

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2001 911 Carrera: hood latch has started popping open whenever the door is unlocked (key or fob) and while driving (randomly).  I've read the helpful threads on the website and understand it might be a latch adjustment, or perhaps just a good cleaning under the switch. The problem for me is that I'm on a trip and won't be home with access to my garage and tools until I drive a few hundred highway miles. I'd like to disable the latch for the drive home, but in looking at my fuse map, I can't tell which fuse to pull or whether pulling it will disable something critical to the drive.

 

Any thoughts? Thanks very much for your help and advice!

 

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Similar to you, our 02 started to release its hood by itself while driving. In my case a bit of grit had worked its way under the door sill pull and wouldn’t let the switch quite seat itself.

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