This Volkswagen Firewall seal fits in front of the fan shroud at top of the engine compartment above the transmission (fits in the groove). This seal is made in the United States and fits all years of the VW Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, and Thing. It also fits the 1950-1971 Bus.
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Please Note:The information listed below is for stock, unmodified VW's manufactured for sale in the US. VW's are commonly modified and very often parts from another year VW may have been installed on your car. California Pacific JBugs is not responsible for any errors if your car has been modified in any way.
Know your VW Rear Engine Seals
One common mistake we get is customers calling a rear engine seal one name, but referring to another.
We hope to clear up some confusion with this diagram showing location and
side view cut-out's of the seals to help distinguish them apart.
VW Deck-Lid Seal:
P/N# 111-705. Runs around outside perimeter of engine bay. Mounts in channel where your deck lid closes against body. Fits all years.
VW Firewall Seal:
P/N# 111-741G. This seal is hidden behind your engine. Sits between engine and firewall. Used in conjunction with rear-engine seal. Fits all years.
VW Rear Engine Seal, Early Style:
P/N# 111-705A. Works along with firewall seal to keep exhaust heat out of engine bay. Fits Multiple cars.
VW Rear Engine Seal, Late Style:
P/N# 111-705D. Works along with firewall seal to keep exhaust heat out of engine bay. Fits Multiple cars.
Please Note: Engine must be removed prior to installing rear engine & firewall seals.