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Your 1993 Ford Ranger might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Fuel Tank Filler Neck product you desperately need.
We currently carry 10 Fuel Tank Filler Neck products to choose from for your 1993 Ford Ranger, and our inventory prices range from as little as $74.99 up to $284.99.
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From Greensboro, NC
The fuel filler neck was a perfect fit - there was no need to amend anything as it filled the space from the top of the fuel tank up to the fuel inlet door on the side of my 1994 Ford Ranger with 7 foot bed. The one drawback is the the hose clamps that Spectra has decided to use. The 6-sided head is small and butts up againg the the clamp itself. That made it very difficult to to tighten the clamp with a socket, particulary since you have to do so with the tank up in place; I was able to use a small screwdriver to tighten the clamp. I advise that you remove one of the original Ford hose clamps and use it instead. Also, before you totally tighten the clamp at the tank, see if the holes at the gas cap inlet line up with the holes on the new fuel neck. Even if they don't, you can easily (and carefully) drill new holes; make sure you use the proper size drill bit for the old screws. I just filled the tank this morning and I'm happy to say that no fuel leaked from the filler neck. By the way, you might want to check the operation of the fuel sending unit - sadly, my fuel guage was registering way past full once I completed the install. Maybe the float got stuck. I'm hoping that a full tank of gas jostling around will will correct the issue. And make sure you do not pinch any lines or wires as you re-secure the tank to the frame.
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From Warren, OH
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