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Rear bumbper hole!

I am assuming the small round hoel in the rear bumper is for a tow hook. Is it? What I really need to know is where to find a chrome plug for it? Any ideas?
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Old 01-29-2007, 05:44 AM
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Yes the plug is removed to install a towing hook, why it's in the back beats me. Finding a new one, or original one, good luck.

You might be able to find a replacement generic one at a NAPA or a store like that. I have found and bought plugs from them that look pretty close, usually just have a bright metal finish vice chromed, but if you find a good replacement you can always get it chromed.

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its in the rear, cause the front one is the loop under your front trunk.

but if you are putting it on a flat bed i would have them go off the front part of your rear trailing arm.
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Look for the plug at your local plumbing store. It's just a chrome cap that snaps in place.
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