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I bought a used 17' Volt and it was missing several parts/accessories:

Tire inflator kit
Second Key FOB
Manual
Lower air deflector

I'm now wanting to purchase a lower air deflector and attachment bolts from my local Chevy dealer.

Unfortunately, the schematic only shows one bolt as an attachment. Anybody know how many bolts are used to attach the lower air deflector to the front bumper?

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Sorry about your missing parts. Common problem with used cars.
The lower air deflector is 3 pieces using about 24 screws total. This is not counting the skirts hanging down in front of the front wheels. Some people live without the scraping of the air deflector.
Chevrolet.com has the owners manual and infotainment manual online.
Tire inflator and goo bottle are in many cases useless. Any inflator and fixaflat would substitute. Look for the threads on gm-volt for installing a spare tire for around $100.
Key FOB is a dealer$hip item.
Hopefully the car did come with a charge cord.
 

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I agree with AP. Consider leaving off the air dam before you go to the trouble and expense.

Not sure if you can get an appropriate fob from eBay, but I have gotten them there for other cars for less money than the dealership charges. You would still need to get it cut and programmed. You can probably live without the second fob as well. In a pinch, you can unlock the car through OnStar or the app. And it is nearly impossible to lock the key inside. I never use my second fob.
 

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I bought a used 17' Volt and it was missing several parts/accessories:

Tire inflator kit
Second Key FOB
Manual
Lower air deflector

I'm now wanting to purchase a lower air deflector and attachment bolts from my local Chevy dealer.

Unfortunately, the schematic only shows one bolt as an attachment. Anybody know how many bolts are used to attach the lower air deflector to the front bumper?

Thanks.
You may want to forget about the Tire inflator kit / and goo dispensor and get a Spare tire / jack / wrench. GM will sell one at high cost or get a parts list here at the forum and pick one up at the Mens Mall ( Junk Yard ).
 
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