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Whats the name of that part that closes the fuel pump in the tank. i have 1991 jaguar xj6

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  • alexray33849 Feb 05, 2009

    it a plastic part that the ring close tight

  • alexray33849 Feb 08, 2009

    there three parts rubber gasket lockring and that white part on top that hooks from the pump in the tank to the wires from the relay

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Hi

I believe you mean the locking ring, which secures the Fuel Tank Guage Sender / Fuel Pump into the tank.

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John.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

  • John Quinn
    John Quinn Feb 05, 2009

    Hi



    Do you mean the rubber seal ?



    John.

  • John Quinn
    John Quinn Feb 05, 2009

    Hi



    Is this the same on your model ?



    John

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