Dropped hood liner plastic pin into bay.

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Hey guys, when removing my hood liner I had one of the plastic push pins fall into my engine bay. Pretty sure it fell to the bottom. Should I be concerned about it? I tried bouncing it out by bumping the bottom liner but wasn't able to. Thanks ahead.
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It won't do anything and you won't hear the noise inside of your car.

If it doesn't fall out by itself you'll need to get your car lifted and take off the engine debris shield, I believe it's only 6 or so plastic clips and 12ish screws.
 

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Clip, Insulator (a)W705002 S300

Here is the part number if you are interested in a replacement.
 

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Yes I dropped a battery cover pin into the space between the fender and the strut tower. With some luck, I spotted the pin way down the cavity. 45 minutes later, a wad of duck tape placed on a stick snagged the pin and up it came. These plastic fasteners drive me nuts!
 

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The part number for the battery cover fasteners.

w716510-s300
 
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