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Hi everyone, We just purchased a used pacifica for my wife and our growing family. We have one kiddo and expecting a second child in august, but want to make this our last vehicle purchase for a while, hence the jump to a van. It's very comfortable and she's loving it.
However, being a used vehicle, we found that we're missing a Stow n go cover. I'm talking about the plastic/carpet mat that covers the mechanical bits (springs and such) when the rear stow n go seats are stowed. If you go back to your rear seat, the 60 one, and stow it - you will see that there is a plastic/carpet cover that can be lifted to expose the mechanism that allows for the stowing. Mine is missing for the 60. I wonder if anyone here knows what that's called and where I may be able to find one. I'll post a picture in the next two days after I get off shift.

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Here's the image I was talking about. As you can see the right side has the cover, but the left side (dual seat) does not, which leaves the mechanical bits all exposed. Any help is appreciated. If no one knows, I'll try to get into a chrysler dealer to ask, it just may not be for a couple of weeks. Thanks!
 

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Hi everyone, We just purchased a used pacifica for my wife and our growing family. We have one kiddo and expecting a second child in august, but want to make this our last vehicle purchase for a while, hence the jump to a van. It's very comfortable and she's loving it.
However, being a used vehicle, we found that we're missing a Stow n go cover. I'm talking about the plastic/carpet mat that covers the mechanical bits (springs and such) when the rear stow n go seats are stowed. If you go back to your rear seat, the 60 one, and stow it - you will see that there is a plastic/carpet cover that can be lifted to expose the mechanism that allows for the stowing. Mine is missing for the 60. I wonder if anyone here knows what that's called and where I may be able to find one. I'll post a picture in the next two days after I get off shift.

Thanks!
Here you go. 3rd row stow n go shields. Possibly #7? Either way, that should point you in the right direction.
 

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Thanks GoHawks1224, I appreciate your reply! I'll call the local dealer and see what they can do for me now that I have a better description for them.
 
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