Originally Posted by willwren
Properly adjusted latch and stops should not flutter. If you have flutter, adjust. If you go too far, it may be tricky getting your hood to release.
Had a friend who over-did his, and had a devil of a time getting the hood open. As stated, do a little at a time. Actually, the flutter on the passenger side can be caused by the post being too low on the drivers side. Try using the trick similar to what they suggest for a refrigerator door seal. Take a couple of long pieces of paper, lay them over the posts on each corner, close the hood and see which slips out without any resistance. Try that until you can just barely pull it out, or you have just gotten it to where it grabs it tightly. Too high, and it will also change the hood alignment with the fender. I would change the latch position as a last resort.
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