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Spectra Premium Filler Neck

Part No. FN567 Warranty Details  

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Innovative engineering, manufacturing technology and quality control ensure that Spectra Premium fuel tank filler necks meet or exceed the performance of the original equipment they replace.

Product Features:
  • Unit is designed to OE fit, form and function requirements accomplished by leveraging our OE fuel system design expertise
  • Unit is dual coated for enhanced corrosion protection
  • Fit tested on the very same vehicle application for which it was developed verifying first-hand that the design fits properly and can be easily installed
  • Unit is leak tested after production to ensure product in free from fuel and / or evaporative leaks
  • Tested with OE fuel cap to prevent EVAP and check engine light failure
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Cup Material:Plastic
Cup Type:Quick-On
Diameter:1.13
Fuel Cap Included:No
Fuel Type Compatibility:Gas
Length:32.50 in
Material:Steel
Vent Quantity:0
Width:1.125 in

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Spectra PremiumFiller Neck
 
5.0

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5.0

Perfect fit

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Pros

  • Built Solid
  • Fixed my SES light
  • Painted black
  • Perfect Fit
  • Weld points nicely made

Cons

  • See comments below

Best Uses

  • Fix your SES light
  • Its a fuel filler neck

Comments about Spectra Premium Filler Neck:

This Spectra Premium Filler Neck #567 fit my 2001 Pontiac Grand Am perfectly. I've tried a cheaper, different brand and it didn't fit. Lesson learned. This slid right in and all mounting holes lined up. The only thing I had to do sand flat the plastic end the the gas cap screws onto. The plastic "insert" that the gas cap goes onto had a slight curve to it and made 1/16th gap. I sanded it flat with 180 grit and a small flat backing board. Worked great. My Service Engine Soon (SES) light is now finally off. I had P0442 (small leak) and sometimes P0440 (large leak)
Problem is fixed.

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