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What is the plastic piece above my fan on my 2000 ford focus se(zetec engine)it is cracked

The plastic piece above my radiator fan has a crack.What is that piece and hoow much to replace it?

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If it is just the cowling which protects you from getting your hands or clothing caught in the fan or other belts here 's a couple solutions. If it is just cracked and not displaced there is no problem, if it is displacing it could get down onto the fan and should be replaced

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