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Replacement Fuel Tank Filler Neck for 90-97 Ford Ranger 94-97 Mazda Pickup Truck

4.4 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews
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  • Fits: 1989-97 Ford Ranger Styleside Bed Fuel Tank Filler Neck with 6 Foot Bed
  • Fits: 1994-97 Mazda B2300 Truck Styleside Bed Fuel Tank Filler Neck with 6 Foot Bed
  • Fits: 1994-97 Mazda B4000 Truck Styleside Bed Fuel Tank Filler Neck with 6 Foot Bed
  • Does NOT fit Flareside Models
  • Fits Styleside Models with 6 Foot Bed only
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Frequently Bought Together

  • Replacement Fuel Tank Filler Neck for 90-97 Ford Ranger 94-97 Mazda Pickup Truck
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  • Airtex E2078S Fuel Pump Sender Assembly
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Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Best Price Mirror
Item Weight 3 pounds
Product Dimensions 29 x 6 x 4 inches

Additional Information

ASIN B007HRGTJA
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #154,260 in Automotive (See top 100)
#50 in Automotive > Replacement Parts > Fuel System > Fuel Tanks & Accessories > Filler Necks
Shipping Weight 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available April 13, 2012

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Product Description

Includes fuel resistant, molded hose with fuel filler housing Direct replacement Built to strict quality control standards Fits either Standard or Extended Cab Models Fits Styleside Models with 6 Foot Bed only Does NOT fit Flareside Models Brand NEW fitting for the following years and models: 1989-97 Ford Ranger Styleside Bed Fuel Tank Filler Neck with 6 Foot Bed 1994-97 Mazda B2300 Truck Styleside Bed Fuel Tank Filler Neck with 6 Foot Bed 1994-97 Mazda B4000 Truck Styleside Bed Fuel Tank Filler Neck with 6 Foot Bed

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I bought this for a '96 ford ranger that was smelling like gas and when filled up leaked out a half gallon. you have to remove the bed to get to this, but my filler neck was completely cracked at the bottom. this only took a little work to get on, and seems as sturdy as the oem. The only bad thing was that it has this little metal patch to keep the rubber from rubbing on the frame, but its held on only by electrical tape, so it came off during installation. quick fix, though, and this is the cheapest you'll find this product on the web.
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Priced other brands and couldn't believe it! I thought for sure there had to be an error, but the part was complete down to the metal rub-plate on the side. 6 bolts out and the truck bed came off, old part off and new part on, three screws at the nozzle and 6 bed bolts back again.. Got this thing fixed in less than an hour!! For everyone thinking about dropping the tank, check about taking out the bed first.. You just might save yourself some MAJOR frustration!
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For under $40 I was a little skeptical that it would work.
It fit just like the old one and now I don't have gallons of fuel pouring out onto the ground every time I get gas and gallons of fuel evaporating into the air either.

First of all remember to LUBRICATE the end that you're putting onto the tank nipple.

Secondly, remember to loosen the clamp on the metal neck part and turn it so that the holes match the holes on the box before you put the box back on.

Oh, and removing the box is the way to go to replace it.
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I have a 97 Mazda B2300, RWD, 4cyl, w/extended cab & 6 foot bed, non-stepside. Same as the 97 Ranger XLT. Part arrived as scheduled. Had already confirmed the issue before ordering, so pulling the bed & removing the old hose was not a problem. Holding the old & new side by side they appeared to be about the same. New part was in the sun while I prepped & the electrical tape holding the metal piece got sticky from the heat & was already pulling loose, so I wrapped more electrical tape about 5x around each end. Should be ok. I had already read about this in other reviews and expected to do it anyway. Unfortunately, when I got the replacement fuel neck on & put the bed back on the 3 screw holes didn't seem to quite match up no matter how I turned the end of the neck. Also, the top end of the replacement neck seemed a tiny bit recessed from the hole in the bed, so I had to pull on it to get the 3 screw holes up against the bed - as if it was just a smidge too short, but just maybe a 1/2 inch or so. I figured it was stiff because it's new. Anyway, I got it as close as I could - 2 screws were mostly lined up & the third was off at a slight angle and I figured I could make it work. When I tried to screw the three screws into the new holes, the holes were ever so slightly smaller than the original screws. I forced them to fit, but it was really tight.
The next morning when I tried to fill up, the replacement neck kept triggering the shut-off on the pump. I could only put in about 0.05 gallon at a time. I couldn't even hold the handle at the slowest fill speed. It seemed the gas was getting stuck in the neck and slowly dripping into the tank.
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I replaced this part about 5or 6 years ago and it cost $90. Ford wanted about $300. The replacement perished and the truck failed EVAP smog test here in CA. Found this item for 1/2 the cost of the last one. Fit nicely - passed smog. If it perishes again I figure for $40 just keep replacing them.
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(Pretty sure I've already made a review for this)

The material is not the same as the OEM part, however it does its job just as well, so far there have been no complaints to report of, the fuel makes it into the tank, the connectors don't overlap, other than the questionable material it is made of, the truck owner of Ford Ranger Splash 1998.
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My truck was leaking so bad i couldn't put more than $20 worth of gas because the filler neck was split..(common issue with ford rangers) the part arrived fast, it looks like it will last at least a awhile and it fit perfectly. It was the lowest price replacement i could find. Do yourself a favor if you have this issue and pull the bed of your truck back about a foot or two after removing the torx bolts and slap this baby in there and you're done.
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This fuel filler does exactly what it's suppose to do. It was made exactly like my old OEM hose so fitting it into my vehicle was as easy as breaking the old rusty hose clamp off could be.

I've searched and couldn't find a better price anywhere. If you have a Ford Ranger with a leaking fuel filler hose you'd be crazy to purchase this part anywhere else.
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