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Q: Part that protects the engine broke

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The plastic piece that covers and protects the engine has been broken in my car. I don't know what the name is. It is located under the front of the car. Mine was damaged from the bad weather conditions. Could you help me find the part?

This component is called the Engine Splash Shield or Engine Splash Guard. For your car, the Part # looks to be 2465201523. You can get in touch with a Mercedes Benz dealership so they can confirm this.

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