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      Missing 2 press in clips after oil change

      Hi Everyone,
      I went in for a the 20k mile service on my 2017 S60. They did the oil changed but the 2 clips that are on the cover that has 8 screws in it were missing after the oil change. Does anyone have a picture and part number for those clips? The dealer sent me 2 clips as a replacement but even after knowing my VIN number they gave me the wrong clips! The 2 plastic clips are to hold the cover in place so that you can get the 8 screws in. The cover is some sort of aero cover that completely covers the oil pan and oil filter area of the car.

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      I think 9182822 is what you are looking for.
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      These clips are very fragile and I broke some at each oil change.
      I don't even bother to replace them now.
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      They break all the time and aren't necessary. The screws are more than enough to hold the splash pan on.

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      Thank you! I checked that part against googling for this volvo link: https://usparts.volvocars.com/p/Volv...0/9182822.html
      One question though, are the two clips that go into the lower panel under the oil pan, are the clips identical?

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      they are on my 2012....

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      Quote Originally Posted by Tech View Post
      They break all the time and aren't necessary. The screws are more than enough to hold the splash pan on.
      I don't see them so much as helping hold it up, I see it as helping align the shield on the bottom of the car, especially when on a creeper on your back at an awkward angle.

      In that regard, they are helpful, but yes, they break all the time and I eventually gave up.
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      Quote Originally Posted by mgm7890 View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by Tech View Post
      They break all the time and aren't necessary. The screws are more than enough to hold the splash pan on.
      I don't see them so much as helping hold it up, I see it as helping align the shield on the bottom of the car, especially when on a creeper on your back at an awkward angle.

      In that regard, they are helpful, but yes, they break all the time and I eventually gave up.
      Never thought about it that way, good point. It's easy to hold the pan in place with a lift but not so easy on your back I imagine.

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      You may want to consider an IPD aluminum skid plate. Reasonably priced and once installed you're done. They don't have t be removed when changing oil. Here up north the stock skid plate can't hold up to the hits from snow and ice blocks. The aluminum one can take a good hit.
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      Quote Originally Posted by msmith View Post
      You may want to consider an IPD aluminum skid plate. Reasonably priced and once installed you're done. They don't have t be removed when changing oil. Here up north the stock skid plate can't hold up to the hits from snow and ice blocks. The aluminum one can take a good hit.
      +1. Worth the extra protection and convenience of not removing the cover at each oil change. Too bad the sale is over.
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