Any idea what this part is?

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found this under back seat of 2020 JLU, Looks like some sort of plug. Any ideas?
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That looks really familiar but I cannot remember why... I’ll probably know in 6 weeks when it randomly come to me and you’ll be on to something else...
 

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Was it just laying there? It looks really familiar. Could it be from cargo you were carrying? Are there any gaskets on it? Is it solid or hollow?
 

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Jerry, dude...apparently we think alike. My first thought was “Mopar butt plug.” If so, might want to put a lanyard on that thing.
 

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Could that be the plug from the firewall?
 

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found this under back seat of 2020 JLU, Looks like some sort of plug. Any ideas?
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It does look like a shelf peg for a cabinet or book shelf? Hopefully it's not a FCA employee playing games and leaving non JL related parts during assembly to keep everyone guessing. lol. I would assume a FCA part would have a part number on it. Any numbers?
 

                           
























































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