How do I open my Ford F150’s hood?

I need to add windshield wiper fluid to my truck but I can't seem to pop the hood open! How do I open the hood of a Ford F-150?

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Answer provided by
Shannon Martin
Answered on Jun 08, 2022
You can open your Ford F-150 hood in just three easy steps:
  • Pull the interior hood release handle: It is located inside the truck on the instrument panel near the driver side door
  • Pull the secondary release handle: It’s located under the truck’s hood towards the center. Walk to the front of the truck and feel around under the hood—since you have pulled the first handle, you will have about 2 inches of space to feel for the second handle with your hand, then push the latch upwards
  • Lift the hood until you feel it lock into place
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