what is the hard plastic under radiator and the screws that hold in in place called on a 2007 Pontiac grand prix

Asked by Nov 20, 2016 at 05:30 PM about the 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Base

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lost  some screws and not sure how to look to replaces

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Without seeing a picture of the part in question, my best guess is the splash shield/air dam that attaches underneath the car. You can get most types of body fasteners at your local auto parts store. If you need to replace the splash shield try a local pick-a-part or salvage yard.

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If it is the air dam, you should replace it to make sure your car gets enough airflow past the engine. Without it you may experience overheating problems.

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