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Re: Broken Plastic underneath car towards front
Is it badly cracked? its only to prevent splashes goin up into your engin bay!! if you did a diy repair to keep it up and not hitting the road you should be ok!! i think the name of them is a "splash pan" not to sure.
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If you stand facing the engine with the hood open. The starter is located on the left side of the engine. It will be difficult to see from the top. But can be seen if you remove the plastic cover on the right front wheel well, or if you were to remove the plastic panel underneath the car. If you stand facing the engine with the hood open. The starter is located on the left side of the engine. It will be difficult to see from the top. But can be seen if you remove the plastic cover on the right front wheel well, or if you were to remove the plastic panel underneath the car.
First, disconnect battery so that air bag can't go off accidentally. Second, look underneath the wheel, and there is a screw underneath, pointing towards the driver, that hold the cover on. Some don't have screws and simply pry off against plastic snaps.
Check the fuse box located underneath the drivers side steering wheel. Flip the fuse box cover lid cover and there will be a diagram. Locate the "Wiper" fuse on the diagram and replace it with the same number fuse. Look underneath your vehicle for any evidence of broken plastic or possibly your CV axle has broken. Check your oil and transmission fluid and make sure they are topped off. Look for any liquid leaking at the bottom of your car.
IS IT XENON? IF XENON TURN OFF IGNITION. 25000V. TURN WHEEL TOWARDS ENGINE ALL THE WAY AND REMOVE TWO PLASTIC SCREWS FROM THE FRONT BUMPER HOLDING PLASTIC UNDER THE MUD GUARD. PULL BACK THE PLASTIC FOR ACESS TO THE HEAD LAMP. REMOVE COVER. TURN IGNITOR, REMOVE HOLDING WIRE AND LAMP.
1. Turn tires away from vehicle
2. There is a plastic covering in front of the wheel that usually goes around the wheel well. There are plastic thumb pins on the outer edges of this plastic covering. Remove the thumb pins and this plastic piece will come off.
3. Behind this you will find access to your fog lights.
4. Remove/Replace just like an ordinary head light.
most likely the bulb filiment got broken, replace bulb first if not working then test socket. i believe to replace bulb u access from inside, ask guy at parts store to help you they will usually give advice help