Question about Bolt. Air distributor. Engine air cooling. INSIDE/OUTSIDE rear
You didn't say front or rear? But, if rear take the panel out of wall. Take your time, because if you break or tear, parts are expensive.
Usually a plastic shield is not glued or connected. If you can stretch and attach with contac cement, this should work. Or cut a piece of plastic from the hardware store about 1 to 2 inches more than you need and then attach, working from top to bottom. If the car is newer, this sounds like a production problem. Contact a dealer and see what they say.
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