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What is the plastic belly pan part that covers the bottom rear of the 2.0 engine called and where can I find one?
I mistakenly ordered the front pan and that supplier did not offer any another part.
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Anybody know the part?
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Try ECStuning
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I did, they don't have a separate piece, only a replacement full kit.
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Which of the pieces are you missing? Photo would be great too.
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There are 2 side skirts and a front piece still in place but a large rectangularish
piece, which would cover the entire bottom rear of the engine, is missing.
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Here is an Alum option but only as a kit: Belly Pan & Sideskirts Underbody Set w/ Hardware (A4) - IDParts.com

Here is a skid plate if you would rather have a little protection with your belly pan" MK4 Golf and GTI skid plate


here are part numbers for the pieces of the OEM system:
1J0825237R - Radiator support - Splash shields - Center shield
1J0825245J - Radiator support - Splash shields - Splash shield - Side
Side Left
1J0825250G - Radiator support - Splash shields - Splash shield - Side
Side Right
N90775001 - (bolt) Radiator support - Splash shields - Side cover - Fastener
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N10327101 - (Nut) - Radiator support - Splash shields - Side cover - Nut
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Here is a site to buy what you need once you identify it, it sounds like it is the radiator support, front spash gaurd. search your year/make/model, then choose radiator support on the left search column, and then front splash guard:

https://www.1stvwparts.com/partscat.html

here is a diagram,:



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go find a road sign, some bolts, 1in. pipe and some angle steel. cut, weld bolt on.

all my plastics got destroyed from snow.

actually due to make a new one. burned through it already.
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Here is an Alum option but only as a kit: Belly Pan & Sideskirts Underbody Set w/ Hardware (A4) - IDParts.com

Here is a skid plate if you would rather have a little protection with your belly pan" MK4 Golf and GTI skid plate


here are part numbers for the pieces of the OEM system:
1J0825237R - Radiator support - Splash shields - Center shield
1J0825245J - Radiator support - Splash shields - Splash shield - Side
Side Left
1J0825250G - Radiator support - Splash shields - Splash shield - Side
Side Right
N90775001 - (bolt) Radiator support - Splash shields - Side cover - Fastener
Fastener Back
N10327101 - (Nut) - Radiator support - Splash shields - Side cover - Nut
Nut Back

Here is a site to buy what you need once you identify it, it sounds like it is the radiator support, front spash gaurd. search your year/make/model, then choose radiator support on the left search column, and then front splash guard:

https://www.1stvwparts.com/partscat.html

here is a diagram,:



And i am spent.
And a fine bit of work it is. Thanks for the info.
My bad, I guess the car has all its pieces although it sure looks like another piece would fit on the very bottom tying the other 3 components together.
I may have to fab up something.
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Fubar, is there anywhere further forward you could attach to without using the angle iron and pipe?
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For the rad? Eh. That seems sketchy to me.
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Fubar, is there anywhere further forward you could attach to without using the angle iron and pipe?
nope. everything else is plastic. it would just bend up and smash the bottom of the rad. some people are missing this and just bolting whole stop signs under there car and wonder why they get rad. leaks. you need a cross support for the front. the rear i just bought longer steering rack bolts and used that to mount the rear. it was protecting the dogbone and subframe but now its blown through.
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