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Just got car 1999 Saab 9-5 SE auto back from mechanic and notice two holes in the carpet up behind the accelerator and above the footrest and can see some sort of engine parts. Do you know what it is.

I think there should be some covers that they've forgot to put on? Can't find any pics on the web.

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