Anyone know what this is?

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I found this laying on the carper under the passenger seat. Doesn't look like it matches anything on the interior. The "bolt" part spins freely from the flat part but they won't come apart. My fear is that is has a purpose somewhere important but was never attached.
 

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I found this laying on the carper under the passenger seat. Doesn't look like it matches anything on the interior. The "bolt" part spins freely from the flat part but they won't come apart. My fear is that is has a purpose somewhere important but was never attached.
I found a similar "nut" under one of the mats, also found a very small screw in the cup holder....one does wonder if they where spares or should actually go somewhere...I guess when something falls off on a rough road we will know....
 
Looks like either a rear seat belt nut or one of the nuts that hold the piece of carpet that covers the gap behind the rear seat.
 
like the old days, drop the extra parts in the carb they will find their way home lol

the one you describe that moves separate from the bottom is never used for anything crucial
 
I found this laying on the carper under the passenger seat. Doesn't look like it matches anything on the interior. The "bolt" part spins freely from the flat part but they won't come apart. My fear is that is has a purpose somewhere important but was never attached.
I goes to the seatbelt/restraint system. Just Kidding. No Idea 🤷‍♂️

I would check there though. Just to be on the safe-side.
 
the one you describe that moves separate from the bottom is never used for anything crucial
The rear seat of my 2015 GMC Sierra is held in with these type nuts and captive washers. Jeep seat bolts may also, never checked.
 
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