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Old 12-08-2005, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default Inner Splash Shield

Hi. Can someone post photo of front inner splash shield on the passenger side for a 94 SL2. The shield that covers the belt and pulleys from the road grime. I got one from a junk yard. But dont now how it will fit the car. Any help is welcome
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There's a slit in the back of it that the rear splash shield slides in.

The top fits just behind the brake line holder.

The bottom fits in the curved back part of the subframe, and a hole exists for a "poppie" plastic rivet thing.

The front narrows down and there's another poppie.
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I don't have any pictures but on my 97 the large piece goes in first, then the small piece on the left (when facing the wheel well) goes in last. Worked for me. Hope this helps.

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There's a slit in the back of it that the rear splash shield slides in.

The top fits just behind the brake line holder.

The bottom fits in the curved back part of the subframe, and a hole exists for a "poppie" plastic rivet thing.

The front narrows down and there's another poppie.
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I dont have any of the splash shields on my SL2. Or my SW2.
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