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Plastic panel came loose under car, near where front area close to underneath radiator?

Toyota 2005 Corolla a rubber/plastic panel hanging loose under front of car (under near radiator area). ? No idea what it is.

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Just a guard to stop stones an general rubbish sticking to the bottom of the rad hope this helps

Posted on May 21, 2009

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It is a splash shield, usually held on with screws and/or plastic retainers. The plastic retainers are probably broken.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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