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I have an 88 Wrangler. Trying to replace catalytic converter myself. Does this ginormous skid plate actually hold up the transmission? I need to remove it to get to the catalytic converter but i'm


Skid plates would not be holding up the transmission there should be mounts with rubber inserts mounted to the frame that hold up engine and transmission. If the mounts have gone bad it the engine and/or transmission could have sagged down which would cause it to possibly touch the heat shield. For your own safety I would suggest to put a jack stand undneath the transmission or reenforced part of engine or rent and engine hoist from your local auto parts store and hook it up to the top of the engine to hold the weight of the engine. Renting an engine hoist is cheaper than a hospital trip.

Sep 15, 2012 | 1988 Jeep Wrangler

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Audi a4 is it possible to change fog light at rear to left off side for driving in spain


No. The best way to service the H11 bulb, day time running lamp, is from under the vehicle. To do this you will need to remove one or more of the plastic screws that retain the skid plate. With the skid plate lowered or removed access to the bulb should be simple. Good luck.

May 11, 2011 | 2002 Audi A4

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I have a 2002 jeep wrangler x model. what holds the transmission in place. is it the skid plate?


mounts hold the tranny in place also its bolted to the motor,skid plates are only to protect from damage if you were to go off road with it.the skid plate can be removed and disposed of if you wanted its useless if you dont do the off road people like them for show as well i have all chromed out skid plates on mine

Dec 23, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Wrangler

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Where is the oil filter located on a 4.3 L v6 97 S10. I read that is on the pas. side behind headlight?>


I believe that the filter is on the drivers side near the rear of the engine. Mine is.

Dec 21, 2009 | 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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Can't locate oil filter(2006 ) trail balzer


The oil drain plug and oil filter are under the engine skid plate. You need to remove the trap door to see. The skid plate door is located by the drivers side door, directly midway underneath the vehicle. You will need a flat or Phillips-hear srewdriver to open the trap door. Don't worry, the screws are 'loss-proof' and will not fall off the trap door plate. Once this has been removed, the oil drain plug and oil filter are now visible and accessable (how smart is that!) Typical oil change and oil filter replacement time = 15-20 mins. for a familiar shadetree. p.s. The Inline 6 (24 valve - 4.2L) takes 7 quarts of oil. Good luck!

Aug 03, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer

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Just Curious Where The Oil Drain Plug and Filter Are?


the drain plug is on the bottom of the engine right on top of the skid plate it is probably a 9/16" and the oil filter is on the drivers side up a little from the skid plate

Apr 05, 2009 | 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD

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Oilfilter


You didn't post the size of motor but once you drop the skid plate, you will see it.

The oil filter is under the engine skid plate. You need to remove the trap door to see.
The skid plate door is located by the drivers side door, directly midway underneath the vehicle. You will need a flat or Phillips-hear srewdriver to open the trap door. Don't worry, the screws are 'loss-proof' and will not fall off the trap door plate. Once this has been removed, the oil drain plug and oil filter are now visible and accessable (how smart is that!) Typical oil change and oil filter replacement time = 15-20 mins. for a familiar shadetree. p.s. The Inline 6 (24 valve - 4.2L) takes 7 quarts of oil. Good luck!

Mar 15, 2009 | 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer

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Nissan 2005 maxima plastic cover under the engine came down


this is called your skid plate, it is there in case you run over a curb or something of the sort, these things are rather flimsy and tend to brake easily, check to see if the holes where the skid plate's should be located are broken. If this is the case a cheap fix that gets the job done would be to purchase some zip ties and secure the skid plate with those. The other two alternatives would be to either purchase a new skid plate, or remove your skid plate and bank on not running over any curbs :) good luck!

Jan 29, 2009 | 2005 Nissan Maxima

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