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    LeMans Firewall Fill Plug early Fits 1968-71 LeMans+ 8 other models

    Retail Price $36.95 You Save 11%
    OPGI Price$32.99
    (Each)
    Part# G240489
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    An exact replica.

    This reproduction firewall plug is identical to what GM used on 1968-72 vehicles equipped with either TH400 or manual transmissions when no kickdown was used. Over the course of time, the original plastic plug is often-missing. We recommend replacing it in order to keep warm air and debris out of your passenger compartment.

    Notes
    • Fit varies by application. "Early" versions are common from 1968-71 and "Late" versions are common for 1971-72.
    • Authentic reproduction of the original GM product.
    • Find in OPGI's 2019 LeMans Catalog page 214.
    California Prop 65 Icon WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, sulfur, nickel, chromium, vanadium, titanium, polyvinyl chloride, and 4,4’-methylenebis (2-chloroaniline), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

    Vehicle Fitment

    Make & ModelYear RangeApplication Details
    Buick Skylark1968-1971 Early '71
    Chevrolet Chevelle1968-1972 Early
    Chevrolet El Camino1968-1972 Early
    Chevrolet Monte Carlo1970-1972 (Early Style)
    Oldsmobile Cutlass/4421968-1971 Early
    Pontiac Grand Prix1969-1971 Early
    Pontiac GTO1968-1971 Early
    Pontiac LeMans1968-1971 Early
    Pontiac Tempest1968-1971 Early

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