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I need help identifying a part.

I have a 2009 Mustang GT. Under the front end attached to the bottum bumper there is a plastic tray of some sort that goes under the engine, without this piece the car is extremely noisy driving down the road and the stock bumper rattles.

Does anyone know what that part is called? Mine was destroyed by some debree on the road and I need to replace it but I can't find out what the part is called.

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Sounds to me like the lower trim piece, normally held inplace by 7/32 bolts. It covers the underside of the front end, from bumper cover and radiator / coolers to under the belt.

When I installed my Procharger I was surprised to find most of the screws that were supposed to hold it up were missing. Think I only had 2 of 6 left or something like that.


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I think on the 2010 it;s bigger and extends further. Think it might be referred to as an air diffuser?
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Sounds to me like the lower trim piece, normally held inplace by 7/32 bolts. It covers the underside of the front end, from bumper cover and radiator / coolers to under the belt.

When I installed my Procharger I was surprised to find most of the screws that were supposed to hold it up were missing. Think I only had 2 of 6 left or something like that.
That is the part I'm talking about but if it's called the lower trim piece? I can't find anything on that or on the Air Diffuser on ford.com
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Ok, I found it, it is the lower radiator air deflector. Thanks for helping.
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I believe this is the part you are looking for, p/n 5R3Z17626BA with a list price of $44.73 from your local Ford dealer. It is #6 in the file I attached.
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