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Fuel neck replacement. How much is the part, what would be reasonable to repair($)?

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The parts will only be avail at a dealers
parts counter,go there for a price

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How can I replace the fuel neck?

The fuel neck is attached to the fuel tank using a hose connection and clamps. The other end where the fuel enters is attached to the body using small bolts. You will have to look up inside the panel area to see these bolts. The fuel neck may be extremely diffucult to loosen/remove from the hose connection at the tank as years of weather/elements will cause the hose connecting the two to become hard and will not want to come apart. Although a fairly simple repair, there will be a moderate level of diffuculty seperating the old filler pipe to install a new one

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Most fuel fillers have a couple of screws inside the cap area ,i think your being fobbed off try another local garage ,one thats knows what their doing .

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Gas tank

When you say it only leaks when you fill it up - do you mean WHILE you are at the pump, adding fuel to the tank , or WHEN the tank is full??
If it happens during refueling, the filler neck may have rusted allowing some fuel passing thru it en route to the tank to leak out. The filler neck can be replaced - and may even be subject of a recall. Contact you dealer to make sure it hasn't been recalled for these types of problems before spending *your* money to fix a manufacturer's defect.
Many times, this indicates a tank that has a hole near the top of the tank - which is much better than one at the bottom. There are products - and professionals - that can repair (or replace) these problems / parts. Locating and accessing the hole can be another story however.
Removing the tank for repair / replacement can cause you to incur additional expenses to replace fuel senders, etc. that seem to be fragile enough to break during removal.

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Takes forever to put fuel in

Check for a crimped fuel vent hose on the filler neck. System is
a closed type for emissions but there is a vent hose running from
the tank back up close to the fill spout. You will have to get under the truck to check. This hose runs over the top of the frame to the top of the fuel tank. For easier repairs than dropping the tank remove the bed bolts on the drivers side and loosen the 2 on the
passenger side. Remove the screws holding the filler neck in and
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What can i do to fix the problems of po440,441 and 446?

Hello, and welcome to FixYa. Please allow us to assist you.

You have a verry common condition; we see this quite often.

The codes you mention are usually caused by one (or a combination) of the three things that follows.

1. You do not have the 'factory' fuel tank cap fitted to the car; 'Aftermarket' fuel caps do not seal properly, and the leak of thefuel fumes under the cap will light the light.

2. The o-ring that seals the cap to the fuel filler neck is worn, or otherwise compromised, which will also allow the fumes to escape and light the light.

3. There could be rust on the filler neck tube, which would not allow a tight seal between the cap
s o-ring seal and the filler neck.

I would recommend replacing the fuel cap with a factory replacement, and inspect the filler neck sealing surface for rust buildup. If you see rust, a replacement filler neck will be in order.

Thanks for choosing FixYa fo assistance today.

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Need to put out Check Engine Light

Sensor diagnosis? there is no sensor for the fuel neck, there is a pressure sensor that reads air pressure for the fuel tank, How do you know it needs a fuel neck? unless there is a crack, or a rust hole, I cant think of a reasone to replace it. you should be able to replace it if needed, A dealer will need to get that, or a salvage yard.

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Gas leak on fuel filler neck, how can I fix this?

if it's a hose or pipe go to dealer or junk yard get another if broken clamp replace if neck part of tank call rad shop see if the can solder if you drain & pull tank

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Is it Realistic to replace fuel tank neck on my car

if you have ever done mechanical work its not bad undo it at the tank then there are 3 screw around neck inside filler door remove cap first then undo any attaching vacuum lines and install new one

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