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Howdy Folks!!...

On the front of my JKUS, under the front bumper, there is a plastic splash pan of some sort that I assume keeps crap from the front of the engine-suspension area. On the passenger's side there is a fair sized round hole that I would assume has a plug or cover ... Mine is missing. Does anyone have a schematic of that area, or know what that shield/plug is called? and can it be replaced without buying the whole piece??...



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I don't remember any plug. I'd check but I removed mine a long time ago...in a galaxy far far away.

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Yeah that thing got the yank and toss treatment...

I think it is more of an air dam...

but I could be wrong..and do not remember a plug..

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Howdy Folks!!...

On the front of my JKUS, under the front bumper, there is a plastic splash pan of some sort that I assume keeps crap from the front of the engine-suspension area. On the passenger's side there is a fair sized round hole that I would assume has a plug or cover ... Mine is missing. Does anyone have a schematic of that area, or know what that shield/plug is called? and can it be replaced without buying the whole piece??...


There is no plug or cover. It is a drain hole for the radiator.


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