Dodge RamCharger Central banner
1 - 13 of 13 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
82 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I need to get a part # for the gas filler. not the neck from the tank but the actual receptacle that mounts to the body, that the flapper door is in.

thanks in advance
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
7,995 Posts
J-Stud Part #3736765
Tank Strap Part # 4203932

Not sure on the housing part number yet. Also I dont believe that the J-stud is availablr from Mopar any more. I'll get back to this post later..I have to fax some resumes:):)
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
7,995 Posts
Ok Mudmeister...here we go...is it #2 on this diagram that you are looking for? I have come up with 2 parts numbers for that and I believe it's the first one that I list.
4168015
Also came up with this number...
4279778

You'll have to check with Dodge for sure. ???

The j-bolts may be available in the aftermarket at these locations.

http://www.rtspecialties.net/~rtspec/underc.htm#FUEL
www.jimsautoparts.com
www.yearone.com

 

·
Registered
Joined
·
82 Posts
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Actually it is parts 2 and 6 that i need. I am wondering if I may be able to source these from a Pickup also. not sure, just a thought. Thanks again for the help Chump
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
7,995 Posts
auwing said:
Hey chump off the subject where do you get all the parts info
Well..first off, God gave me common sense and logic rather than a vacuum betwixt my ears! ;D
I have been dabbling in mopar parts since I owned a 69 charger RT so I have many reference books and a keen analytical ability. I also have been reading wiring diagrams and parts books since I was 8 years old when my Dad taught me how to solder and build the old Heathkits and Allied Electronic radios and testers and fix cars. ;D
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
414 Posts
Not what I meant I was refering to where do you get your parts books cd the book or is it on the web somewhere. I have a few of the parts book on cd but they seam hard to look at not user friendly
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
7,995 Posts
auwing said:
Not what I meant I was refering to where do you get your parts books cd the book or is it on the web somewhere. I have a few of the parts book on cd but they seam hard to look at not user friendly
Well, that's a long story. I have been reading parts books for all sorts of machines since I was knee high to a Snap-On socket. :eek: I have upwards of 100 service manuals that include Factory Service Manuals, Chilton's, Haynes, Mitchell, Motors, Robert Bentley, etc. I have about 30 online subscriptions at Alldatadiy. I have some hard copy parts books and some on CD-ROM. I have special search software that I use to probe the web. I use about 12 different online parts stores for reference and so on. I use tons of company web sites or contact their Technical Support. I have accumulated probably a couple of hundred parts/reference books from NAPA, CarQuest, Champion, Federal-Mogul, etc. To read any of the parts books you have to put yourself in the shoes of the engineer that wrote it as they are not designed to be "consumer" friendly. They're not even designed for the nerds behind the counter! ::) Remember to read through ALL the {"Info" section} that comes with the parts book as it tells many little secrets about the wisdom behind the part numbers. Like Mopar part number 3671248-9 is actually 2 part numbers..1 for the left(3671249) and 1 for the right(3671248). Ending odd number is always L/H and ending Even number is always R/H. (par) is Paint as Required. Many times you have to take an educated guess and compare the info in several books or sites. It's a challenge for me and while most people have been stockpiling beer, smokes and condoms, I have been reading and learning. ;D
 
1 - 13 of 13 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top