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    Lost Drain Plug


    My local Jeep garage managed to lose one of the drain plugs for my 2011 JK Wrangler 2 door. I've been trying to find the part number on Mopar's website and Amazon and Ebay. Can anyone help identify this part. The number on the plug is not readable. It's different from the standard oval drain plugs in that it fits where the back of the rear seat engages into the floor pan.

    Also if anyone has the part number for the plastic trim clips that hold the drivers/passenger trim in please can you let me know.

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