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Plastic engine undecover replacement OBW


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#1 Zaphod

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Posted 13 March 2004 - 01:46 AM

I just recently noticed that a big chunk of the plastic undercover (the part with the sliding plate w/ clips to get to the oil filter) has broken off.

At the last oil change, I did not put the plastic clips back in it, and that might have contributed to it sagging and catching on the freeway at a high speed, breaking it.

I think I'll need to replace it. My questions is to anyone who might know if it is an easy part to take off and put on. Maybe it's a few bolts? I haven't had the chance to examine it fully.

Stupid mistake costs me around $100.00 :(

#2 junkyardgabe

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Posted 13 March 2004 - 04:53 AM

their not to bad to replace because some of the one i've had to change the oil on i could get the clips out or they were screwed up some how so we would have to take the whole skid plate off to change the oil the hardest bolts to get to are in the wheel well area:madder:

#3 SevenSisters

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Posted 13 March 2004 - 02:53 PM

’91’s didn’t have no stinkin’ plastic cover. You probably don’t need it.




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