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I found there is a round metel stick ( 2mm x 35 cm long ) underneath the passenger side of the car falling loose thios morning ? what is that for ? Do I need to have it fixed ? Thx

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2009 back it to the dealer ,have no idea what it is but the car is under warrenty

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