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Part fell off car.....

It is like a protective covering on the bottom of the car in the front.....I let my sister use it and she ran thru alot of pot holes and it came lose and was dragging so I had to take it off for now....Is it okay to drive without it? What is it for? And it has little plastic screw type things to hold it up that some were lost, what are they called so I can somehow order them or buy them somewhere? Any info will help me out...Thanks

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    go to the dealer, any GM dealer, have them show u a parts illustration of the part of the car that this mystery part came from, then u will be ab;le to ID it.

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You should be able to buy some replacement screws, they allways break, the bottom cover may assist in drawing air threw the radiator, if in a cool climate should be ok.

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