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My cover under the car came loose and is scape

My black plastic cover under the car came loose on my 2006 honda civic ex and is scraping on the ground when i drive what do you call this piece and how do i take it off? It has something to do with keeping out the gravel from flying underneath my car.

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It is called a splash shield. It is attached with plastic clips. Just pull hard and it will come off.

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SOURCE: my cover under the car came loose and is scape

It's called the splash guard, I would try to reattach it. It keeps water and road debris from getting up into the engine well.

Posted on Mar 17, 2010

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