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Old 09-22-2017, 01:53 PM
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Where does this trim piece go?

I have a few Jeep Wrangler Unlimiteds (JKU's), and on every single on of them, I've found this tiny trim piece either under the seat, or on the rear passenger floor mat. I'm not sure where it comes from, but I figure after having found them randomly in each Jeep, that I'd ask where they go!

It's a small black weatherstripping piece, about an 1.25in. long.

Any ideas?


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Some sort of end cap for the front seat sliding tracks? or a bump stop for the tracks?

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Looks like that piece of licorice i dropped last night
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It goes on the body where the door straps go through the plastic b pillar.

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It goes on the body where the door straps go through the plastic b pillar.

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DING DING DING!
That's exactly where it goes! Luckily I saved them all and now they have all been returned to where they belong. Thanks a ton for the insight!

I can now rest knowing that these didn't come from a place that's going to cause loads of rattles later down the road.

Thanks a ton!
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