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Old 12-11-2012, 03:01 PM   #1
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Question What is the name of this plastic cover?

What is the name of the plastic cover that bolts to the sub-frame under the engine?
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Do you have a picture of it?
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Do you mean the one that extends forward to the front bumper? I would call that a valence panel.
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The one that goes under the radiator and front of the engine. It is a black plastic panel.
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Valance panel.
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i was thinking skid plate
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i was thinking skid plate

Skid plate is made of metal, is further back and protects the oil pan.
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**621132 DEFLECTOR ENG SPH SHLD AIR.. I looked this up on the gm website this is what they call it. The website is gmpartseast.com. Its in section 9 body mounting Component 17. 1999 Pontiac Bonneville - GM09017101 A/C Refrigeration System L362HX69 That link will take you right to the picture of it.
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Or in my world, its called an annoyance shield and has been removed years ago.
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