Q: Q: How do I open the hood?

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How do I open the hood?

Opening the hood is very easy: 1. Pull the hood release handle, which is to the left of the steering column. This will release the hood latch. 2. Run your hands under the hood, near the center of the vehicle, and move the secondary release lever to the right. 3. Lift the hood, and hold it in place with the hood stick.

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