My totaled 2012 2LT is sitting at some wrecking yard with the original splash shield on it in perfect condition, was rear ended by a drunk driving an SUV. Had a bit of a war with GM at the top to keep it. Has to be one of the dumbest recalls in history, blaming the shield because a couple of idiots don't know how to screw on the oil filter cap.
These unibody vehicles are very easily totaled, Varano is another option for searching at salvage yards. It has the oil filter on the intake manifold side that Chevy should have done in the first place rather than above a red hot exhaust manifold. Just another option for for finding a splash shield.
Needed to install wheel well splash shields on my new Cruze, call these stone shield, they should also call these them. Kit came with sheet metal screws that would never hold in that super thin wheel well, wanted push pin rivets. Cruse uses hundreds of these.
Went to my dealer thinking they had a whole bag full of these, none, special order was something like $4.86 each, but found a pack of five Dorman at a local parts store, just about the same. Even this was way to much, but what is a guy suppose to do? That blister pack cost a heck of a lot more than whats in there.
Bit off topic, for years, GM was using these Packard Electric unplated brass terminals, 1/4" spade, but male and female. At the store a blister pack of 2 was a buck. Contacted Packard Electric and purchase a bag of a thousand each for a total of 16 bucks. Good thing, sat for years until I purchased a used P-30 motorhome, used most of them up.
Probably should do a search for these push pin rivets.
Key reason I wanted to keep my splash shield was with my 04 Cavalier, AC compressor mounted on the floor exposed to road salt, corroded and was history. My deal with GM, yep, you can butcher my shield,but give me a five year warranty on that AC compressor, also mounted on the floor. Said keep your shield. Got this in writing.