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Old 08-03-2009, 10:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation Plastic Undercarriage Broken!!??

Hey guys,

I just noticed that the black plastic undercarriage protector that fastens to the front bumper is falling off of my 2005 300C!! I was wondering if any of you guys know the part #? Or if you have any idea where the cheapest place is to get a replacement? I haven't checked the dealer yet, but I can only imagine how much they charge for it...Any help will be greatly appreciated!

-James

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sure which piece you are referring to, but : Chrysler Parts Direct has good prices and you can drill down the catalog to get the one you need.

Or Find the part number in the above and call Mopar Supercenter one of our outstanding repped vendors and see if they can match the price. They are well respected!
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Ok, so I fixed that....but now apparently I am missing another plastic undercarriage piece that goes under the oil pan!! BAH!! This is starting to get expensive... Do I really NEED that piece?
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You don't need it. It's purpose is to smooth airflow under the car and thereby incrementally improve fuel economy.
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