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Where did this foam in the engine bay come from?

Had to replace a turn signal, thought I'd wash the radiator and intercooler free of all the mayflies, mosquitos and various other bug life and found these two pieces of foam on top of the support between the radiator and the intercooler. Anyone know where they are supposed to go?


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mine has that too. it goes on the edges of radiator. i think it is to keep the air from sneaking laterally out, and is forced to go through the radiator. i can send you a pic of where they go if you shoot me your email.

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mine has that too. it goes on the edges of radiator. i think it is to keep the air from sneaking laterally out, and is forced to go through the radiator. i can send you a pic of where they go if you shoot me your email.
The foam I have has a split in it, is yours split and spread apart there? Hard to tell from the picture

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