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Metal peice hanging down in front of car

There is this square/rectangle piece that is hanging down from the front end of my car. It is scraping the ground and I don't know what it is called! I also had smoke (or steam) coming from the front passenger side of my car.

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It seemks to be the mud flap that keeps mud and other things like water from going into the wheel well. Might as well take it of altogether until you can find a good one or new one.

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