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A fine-tooth, bi-metal blade is the way to go in the jigsaw. This slices effortlessly through the outer and inner hood skins, so the hood must be elevated above your work bench. A good tip is to pry up the corners already cut (we used paint sticks), to avoid blade binding. Again, accuracy is critical in this cut, as the inner and outer hood trim panels are molded to lock around the perimeter of the cutout.