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Fuel door cover for an 2004 F150

Can you let me know where can I find a replacement for a complete fuel door cover assembly, including the painted plate?

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Your best luck would be a salvage yard. you might get lucky and even find the right color.
i had great luck at the U-pull yards they seem to be cheaper

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