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First, thanks for the help so far with my "issues". They are being taken care of at the dealer hopefully! The power steering recall has been done also. Just a few small ones left and the car should be complete and ready for my 16 yr old grandson!

This got lost in the speedometer topic so will post here also----

Could someone post a pic for me? I need a closeup pic of the mount for the air cleaner on the farthest right side (looking at it from the front) where there is a gap next to the engine dust/shield cover. There is a bracket and a rubber washer and I am missing the bolt or pin or whatever goes there.
Thanks for your help
 

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here is gene's picture of what he is looking at and needs help with:



I've got an aftermarket intake installed on my car, so me taking a picture of the right side of my intake is useless to him. anyone with a stock cobalt able to post a picture for him?

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as far as i can remember from my injen CAI install, the only thing really holding that stock intake on was the metal clamp around the throttle body inlet. anyone else able to confirm or deny my memory?
 

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Here is my 2009. It's stock.
 

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looks like a cheesy plastic pin holding it down. I may have mine laying around somewhere if you want it. I wont be able to check until thanksgiving though as i have all my old stock parts stored at my folks place while i'm in college
 

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Thanks guys, I am going to a dealer tomorrow anyway and will get one, looks like one of those cheesy plastic push-pull type snap in pins they use all over the place but a larger one :toung:
 

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As long as the dealership does not try to charge you $56,358.00 for it. I broke the plastic rivet in my seatbelt that stops the buckle from sliding all the way down when not hooked... They wanted $20.00 for a plastic rivet. I laughed at the guy and told him never mind.

I found one at an autoparts store for $ .87
 

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As long as the dealership does not try to charge you $56,358.00 for it. I broke the plastic rivet in my seatbelt that stops the buckle from sliding all the way down when not hooked... They wanted $20.00 for a plastic rivet. I laughed at the guy and told him never mind.

I found one at an autoparts store for $ .87
I got tired of breaking those and getting ready to put real metal snaps in the place of those cheap plastic POS's.
 

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Buying clips from GM is expensive. I priced out fenderwell pushpins and dropped a brick.
 
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