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Passenger Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: REPI130501
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$15.82
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Location : Passenger SideReplaces OE Number : 65400AL50AReplaces Partslink Number : NI1236141Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: REPI130502
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$15.82
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Location : Driver SideReplaces OE Number : 65401AL50AReplaces Partslink Number : NI1236140Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver and Passenger Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPI130501
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$30.06
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Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Hood HingesReplaces OE Number : 65401AL50A, 65400AL50AReplaces Partslink Number : NI1236140, NI1236141Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Hood Hinge and Hood Latch Kit - Driver and Passenger Side, Direct Fit, Steel
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$42.21
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Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (1) Hood Latch, and (2) Hood HingesReplaces OE Number : 65400AL50A, 65401AL50A, 65601AM800Replaces Partslink Number : NI1236141, NI1236140, IN1234104Quantity Sold : KitWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Passenger Side Hood Hinge
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Part Number: REPF130507
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$13.70
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Location : Passenger SideReplaces OE Number : 6E5Z16796AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1236137Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: REPF130508
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$13.70
Product Details
Location : Driver SideReplaces OE Number : 6E5Z16797AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1236138Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver and Passenger Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPF130507
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$26.03
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Location : Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Hood HingesReplaces OE Number : 6E5Z16797A, 6E5Z16796AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1236138, FO1236137Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Passenger Side Hood Hinge
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Part Number: C130507
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$12.69
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Location : Passenger SideNotes : Includes springReplaces OE Number : 15035592Replaces Partslink Number : GM1236116Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: C130508
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$12.69
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Location : Driver SideNotes : Includes springReplaces OE Number : 15035591Replaces Partslink Number : GM1236115Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Passenger Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: C130509
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$6.49
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Location : Passenger SideReplaces OE Number : 12472770Replaces Partslink Number : GM1236110Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver and Passenger Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: SET-C130507
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$24.11
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Location : Driver And Passenger SideNotes : With SpringComponents : (2) Hood HingesReplaces OE Number : 15035591, 15035592Replaces Partslink Number : GM1236115, GM1236116Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Driver Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: C130510
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$6.49
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Location : Driver SideReplaces OE Number : 12472769Replaces Partslink Number : GM1236109Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Hood Hinge and Hood Kit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-061117-37-B
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$157.28
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Location : Driver SideNotes : Includes springComponents : (1) Hood, and (4) Hood HingesReplaces OE Number : 12472769, 12472770, 15035591, 15035592, 88944302Replaces Partslink Number : GM1236109, GM1236110, GM1236115, GM1236116, GM1230274Quantity Sold : KitWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Replacement Hood Hinge and Hood Kit - Direct Fit, Steel
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-111016-60-A
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$148.86
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Location : Driver And Passenger SideNotes : Includes springComponents : (1) Hood, and (4) Hood HingesReplaces OE Number : 15035591, 12472770, 12472769, 15035592, 12477524Replaces Partslink Number : GM1236115, GM1236110, GM1236109, GM1236116, GM1230234Quantity Sold : KitWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Passenger Side Hood Hinge
Replacement
Part Number: REPN130517
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$11.90
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Location : Passenger SideReplaces OE Number : 654003TA0AReplaces Partslink Number : NI1236147Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
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Hood Hinge Guides





Hood hinge failure is quite uncommon. You'll probably come across this problem only if you've been involved in a frontal collision. If that's the case, then you shouldn't be running around with damaged hinges on your car's hood.Unknown to many drivers, the hood's hinges serve one other purpose besides holding the hood-safety. In case the hood latch should fail, the hinges are there to keep the hood attached to your car. Otherwise, if you were traveling at high speeds and the latch fails, the hood could break from the damaged hinges and cause disaster and injury.Actually, even if only one hood hinge fails, a strong slipstream can topple the hood and hammer it against the windshield. You definitely wouldn't want that to happen. Make it a point to replace rusted hood hinges and spare yourself the trouble.For your convenience, hood hinges are available right here at Carparts.


• Allows hood to open and close without losing alignment

• Holds hood down in case of a collision

• Provides a direct fit
 

Hood Hinge Buyer's Guide

Summary

  • The hood hinge is a pivot and bracket mechanism that makes it possible for you to open and close your hood.
  • Each car typically has a pair of hood hinges (driver and passenger side) installed in the front of the vehicle.
  • They are commonly installed right where the engine bay meets the windshield. However, some show and custom vehicles have hood hinges installed at the front, sides, or center of the hood.
  • The hinges control the up and down movement of the panel, limiting how far it can swing open while also supporting the weight of the hood when it is propped open for a longer period.
  • The price of hood hinges will vary depending on your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model. These are sold individually, in sets of two, as part of a hood assembly, or as part of a kit.
  • In general, you’ll be able to find an OE replacement hood hinge whose price ranges between $1 for a single hinge to $380 for a complete hood and grille kit.
  • Like any mechanical component of a vehicle, hood hinges can wear out, become stiff, and fail over time.
  • Since most hood hinges are made of metal, they can be prone to rust or corrosion damage if exposed to the elements.
  • Strong impact energy from a forward collision where the hood is crush or bent can also cause the hinges to become damaged or misaligned.
  • The most obvious reason to replace a bad hood hinge is to maintain easy access to the engine bay. A functioning hood hinge allows you to swing and keep the hood open so that you or a mechanic can check your oil levels, tubes, and other critical parts under the hood.
  • Modifying where these hinges are installed can drastically change the look of a vehicle by changing how the hood opens.
  • Let CarParts.com help you find the right replacement hood hinges for your vehicle. Use our website’s vehicle selector to browse through our selection of vehicle-specific and universal hood hinges.

What is a hood hinge?

The hood hinge is a mechanism that makes it possible for you to open and close your hood. This part allows the hood panel to move up and down, similar to how a hinge allows the movement of doors and windows. Each car typically has a pair of hood hinges (driver and passenger side) installed in the front of the vehicle.

How does a car hood hinge work?

The hood hinge is a small, yet extremely important component of your vehicle. It is essentially a pivot and bracket mechanism that attaches the hood panel to the body of your vehicle. They are commonly installed right where the engine bay meets the windshield. However, some show and custom vehicles have hood hinges installed at the front, sides, or center of the hood. Together with the hood latch, the hood hinge aligns this panel into place and prevents it from falling off.

When the driver releases the hood latch (typically controlled by pressing a button from inside the vehicle), the hood is popped open and the driver can then raise the hood. The hinges control the up and down movement of the panel, limiting how far it can swing open while also supporting the weight of the hood when it is propped open for a longer period.

How much is a hood hinge?

Replacing a hood hinge is a relatively inexpensive project that car enthusiasts can do on their own by referring to the vehicle repair manual or professionally with the help of a trusted mechanic. The price of hood hinges will vary depending on your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model. These are sold individually, in sets of two, as part of a hood assembly, or as part of a kit. In general, you’ll be able to find an OE replacement hood hinge whose price ranges between $1 for a single hinge to $380 for a complete hood and grille kit.

What are the signs of a bad hood hinge?

Like any mechanical component of a vehicle, hood hinges can wear out, become stiff, and fail over time. You may notice after a couple of years that it’s harder to lift your hood or you’re putting more effort to close it down. Since most hood hinges are made of metal, they can be prone to rust or corrosion damage if exposed to the elements. Strong impact energy from a forward collision where the hood is crush or bent can also cause the hinges to become damaged or misaligned.

Why is hood hinge replacement important?

The hood hinges on your vehicle are some of the most underrated parts of your car. Despite being frequently used, they are often ignored until they fail and remind vehicle owners of their importance. Here are some of the reasons why you should not wait before replacing a faulty hood hinge.

Conveniently access to the engine bay

The most obvious reason to replace a bad hood hinge is to maintain easy access to the engine bay. The hood is a large and heavy panel that protects important components that keep your vehicle running. A functioning hood hinge allows you to swing and keep the hood open so that you or a mechanic can check your oil levels, tubes, and other critical parts under the hood.

A properly aligned hood hinge also makes closing the hood easy and smooth. When working properly, you should not experience any difficulty lowering the hood and closing it completely. The hood hinges help keep the panel level and allow it to lay flush against the body structure of the vehicle.

Hood hinge upgrades

Replacing a vehicle’s hood hinge kit is also a common practice among hot rod enthusiasts. Modifying where these hinges are installed can drastically change the look of a vehicle by changing how the hood opens. For classic cars and even show cars, it’s typical to see hinges installed at the front (near the grill and headlights), on the sides of the engine bay, or even in the middle of the hood (giving the appearance of wings).

At the same time, those car owners who have murals painted underneath the hood can only show off this feature if their hood hinges are able to prop the panel open and support the weight of the hood.

Finding the right fit

Let CarParts.com help you find the right replacement hood hinges for your vehicle. Use our website’s vehicle selector to browse through our selection of vehicle-specific and universal hood hinges. Simply plug in your vehicle’s correct year, make, and model to start your search today.

Car Parts Shopping 101: The Good and the Bad Hood Hinge

Hood hinges are usually found at the front or rear of the hood. Because of the hinges, you can open or close the hood of your vehicle. Just like the other car parts that are often exposed to heat and moisture, hood hinges are prone to corrosion and breakage. Once in a while, replacement is needed to ensure that they function well. There are a lot of replacement hood hinges available in the stores but you have to recognize a good kind of hinge from the bad one. Here are some characteristics of the good and bad hood hinge:

A good hinge is highly resistant to corrosion.

Look into the materials from which the hinge is made from. It’s better to choose aluminum, stainless steel, or chrome-plated hood hinges for these are proven to prevent rust from forming even after using them for a long time. These metals are also known to be durable and sturdy.

A bad hinge doesn’t fit your hood properly.

Buying the right size of hood hinges is really important so be careful in picking one. If the hinges are bigger or smaller than the actual size, you will not be able to open or close the car’s hood properly. If the hinges are quite large, you would hear a lot of rattling sounds whenever you’re driving because the hood will keep on moving due to vibration. If you’re a little unsure of your hinge’s size, you can always refer to your car’s manual for measurement. You can also compare the new hinge with the old one.

A good hinge looks good.

Hinges are not major aesthetic components of your car, but who says you can’t have a nice-looking hood hinge? There are available hinges in the market that look flashy and stylish just like the black or chrome finished. The beauty of your car doesn’t have to be limited only in the exterior but also the inside, where the eyes don’t usually look.

Before you visit your local auto parts store, take into consideration these features of hood hinges so you can differentiate the good from the bad.

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