Rear heater motor hole cover?

NLXTACY

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ISO-butyl rubber. (2) 6x6” squares. One for the top and one fir the bottom.

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Cut some metal, could have been an old license plate... Used rivnuts and secured the plate on top with polyurethane and Philip screws
 
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Cut piece of aluminum drilled some holes, screwed her down with some rtv on it for proper squeeze out. Then more rtv cause you can never have enough rtv

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I once tried to find an rubber grommet/plug that would fit the hole but no luck so used some Dynamat/Hushmat type sound dampener as mentioned by NLXTACY above.

Maybe someone with more skills could find a plug that fits possibly from another vehicle (Toyota, Land Cruiser, or other) or a generic plug??
 

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