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How to install fuel filler neck seal on ScoutII?

Tomas Ohman

New member
Hi all,

After repainting the Scout II, we are currently re-assembling all the bits and pieces on it. It didn't have a fuel filler neck seal to begin with, so I got a new one to install.
But how to install it?
Is it possible to install it without having to take off the fuel filler neck?
Any tips or links to videos would be welcome.

The car is a Tamarack Bronze 1977 Scout II, with original interior and exterior configuration, ordered by Swedish importer AM-Car. I enclose some images below.

best regards

/Tomas
 

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Scoutboy74

Moderator
I'm not going to say that it would be impossible to install the seal with the filler neck in place, but I sure wouldn't want to try it. With the filler neck removed, it becomes a much easier process, so that's my suggestion to you.
 

ihpartsjeff

Administrator & Owner
Staff member
Unbolt the filler neck from the inside quarter panel and have someone lift up on the filler while you install the new seal. The filler necks down just below the cap, and although a little difficult to install, it is still much easier than in its current position.
 
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