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Looking at painting skid plates on my exclusive, the rear one looks easy to take off, not so sure on front, any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thankyou
 

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Well they are off, both a right pain in the arse!!! Rear one half a dozen clips and screws across the bottom, and clips across the top with a screw in each corner which snapped the plastic, luckily not noticeable! The front one had to take under tray off, the rubber strip across the bottom and 4 clips up the side!! All of just need to paint now. Fingers crossed!
 

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Should have yes, but didn't realise they were there, they have both snapped off!! Have refit skid plate to see if it's noticeable and it's not luckily!! Have removed and will start painting primer today!!
 

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Can you tell me what on earth that 'air dam' is for under the front skid plate and whether it can be safely removed?

It's ugly and it hits debris, is there some reason why it is there?

It would appear that the Holden Captiva does not have that pelmet under the bumper/skid-plate.
 
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