toyota corolla engine splash shield
Buy online and return the basic items to the store to be reimbursed for the prize. Parts policy on orders of $ 75 or more and free shipping to APO, FPO, DPO. More Details Save time buying online and picking up items in store. Learn more The service was great. The pieces were delivered before the auction. 100% satisfied. Excellent fast service !! Very easy to navigate. Will use again. Discussion in 2003 – 2008 Toyota Corolla ‘started with halomaster56, September 19, 2016. Before Christmas, I sent my car (07 Corolla) to the Toyota Service Center to replace the water pump under warranty lÃ © gale. After picking up the car and heading home, I noticed that part of the engine splash shield (the plastic plate under the engine compartment) hung in the air. I then brought the car back and asked them to check and fix the damage. After an intentional delay, lies and silly play, a counselor finally checked my car. He told me that it was not damaged, but that he was bent by them to allow him to do maintenance work and that he had moved back. He looked so friendly and honest that I did not question him further. But when I got home, I noticed that the anti-splash shield hung as before. Here are some photos:
Did the advisor betray me? I checked other corollas and cars on the road and none of them had a shield like mine. The damage seems to be caused by something falling from the area of the water pump. 2. How much would it cost if I had a mechanic to repair or replace the anti-splash shield? 3. Any DIY method to fold it back and hold it in place so it does not hit the ground easily? He told me that they are not damaged, but that he was folded by them to allow for maintenance work, so they would have to partially remove it more than they did did. Complete incompetence, they should repair it. Looks like it was a bit difficult as it is true, so do not have the hope of a replacement. 2. How much would it cost if I had a mechanic to repair or replace the anti-splash shield? the most likely wreckers to be replaced, or a quick fix is to tie it with the restraint clip, you have others so you can take another and see if that resists your problem until you get a replacement for that one. 3.
Reconnect them and install them properly. They are intended to remove it, not to bend it and to lose the clips. Corolla at the Toyota Service Center … After picking up the car and coming home, I noticed that part of the engine shield (the plastic plate under the engine compartment) hung in the ‘air. Dealers are not always full of TLC to what they consider to be trade waste. What year? more than 3? too old. The best option is to go into a car shop and buy the plastic pins / screws and replace them yourself. As you have seen, their factor of care on your set of wheels is zilch or less. As you have seen, their factor of care on your set of wheels is