Can anyone identify this part?

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It's from a 2019 Overland (UK model). I found it in the driver's footwell this afternoon. Part number inscribed is 6AS28R4.
Car seems to drive fine without it ;-)
Thanks!
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It's from a 2019 Overland (UK model). I found it in the driver's footwell this afternoon. Part number inscribed is 6AS28R4.
Car seems to drive fine without it ;-)
Thanks!
Mark

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Looks like it may be a seat rail cover. Take a look at the rails under your seat closer to the front, you should notice it missing.
 
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Looks like it may be a seat rail cover. Take a look at the rails under your seat closer to the front, you should notice it missing.
Many thanks. Dark here now so will look at first light!
 

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It's from a 2019 Overland (UK model). I found it in the driver's footwell this afternoon. Part number inscribed is 6AS28R4.
Car seems to drive fine without it ;-)
Thanks!
Mark

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It's #18 in the picture below.

Got to remember that FCA and a lot of MFG's use a 2 digit system with a side designator.

This Part Number should be read as 6A S2 8 then R, for right side.

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Mystery solved. Many thanks all... though that parts pic seems to be from a Latvian parts guide! How did you get it?
 

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