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Splash shield came off
Hi. Your splash shield is connected to the car with clips that may have come loose. It should be able to be re-attached. I would recommend having a technician from YourMechanic come out and re-attach the splash shield for you...
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Splash guard on the undercarriage drags on the ground
I have the same car and the front end is lower than most parking stops. The parking stops will catch the undercarriage and break it loose. The only way to stop this from happening is to not pull all the...
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Plastic cover dragging on ground
Hello. This is probably your front undertray panel, which is usually held in place with quick turn plastic screws. Probably during your last oil change or maintenance, the technician did not get those quick turn screws installed correctly, so they...
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I need to get the front splash guard off. It is destroyed and dragging on the ground. Can I do it without jacking it up? 1998 Honda Accord
Hi there, sounds like this may require you to at least jack up that side of the car to gain enough access to remove this. Be sure to set the parking brake, block the wheels, and leave the transmission in...

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