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Old 10-25-2014, 06:07 PM   #1
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Looking for cap part number

I bought Part number GM 12574265/AC Delco FC210 as a replacement. This cap is to large to fit in the tube. The ID of the tube is 1.305. Does anyone have a source of supply where I can get a replacement cap?
This was the Pt # suggest on this forum.
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I bought Part number GM 12574265/AC Delco FC210 as a replacement. This cap is to large to fit in the tube. The ID of the tube is 1.305. Does anyone have a source of supply where I can get a replacement cap?
This was the Pt # suggest on this forum.
You need to start a new post if you hope to find an answer. This post is about the engine stalling due to fuel line overheating.
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Old 10-26-2014, 10:33 PM   #3
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I bought Part number GM 12574265/AC Delco FC210 as a replacement. This cap is to large to fit in the tube. The ID of the tube is 1.305. Does anyone have a source of supply where I can get a replacement cap?
This was the Pt # suggest on this forum.

This is the replacement cap info from Oemy's web site... You might try to see if one of these will fit since the 1254265 cap did not.

I got a replacement from Chevy some time back, I think it was for a chevy van... Try AutoZone or other part stores, they carry various caps..

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12573337/FC208 Oil Filler Cap GM/AC Delco
12574265/FC210 Oil Filler Cap GM/AC Delco
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Old 10-28-2014, 01:42 PM   #4
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12574265/FC210 is the correct cap. What I had was boxed wrong. I had the right box but wrong item. Sorry for the confusion.
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12574265/FC210 is the correct cap. What I had was boxed wrong. I had the right box but wrong item. Sorry for the confusion.
Where did you buy the right box with the wrong part in it? Curious.
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HA HA HA Arch, You hit the nail on the head there! HA HA HA HA!
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