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    Default 1982 Mustang Fuel tank TSB?

    Hello everyone,

    I pulled the gas tank from my 1982 GT, I noticed the tank had a "E4ZZ" ford part number on the tank. Anyone happen to know if there was a TSB or some other issue with the 1982 gas tanks?
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    Not sure how accurate any of this is, but this is what I have found.

    8429 JAN 84 Fuel Tank - Overfilling Prevention

    84118 MAY 84 Fuel Tube/Connector - Service Procedure

    85116 JAN 85 Fuel System - Liquid/Vapor Leak Detection

    85610 MAR 85 Fuel Filter - Replacement Information

    87239 NOV 87 Rotunda Gas Chek Kit - Requires Modification
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    maybe hit and replaced the fuel tank?
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    I thought it might have been smacked in the back too, but after crawling all around the underside, I'm about 99% sure it has never been hit. That's why I started wondering if there was an issue with the '82 tanks that caused an 1984 tank to be installed.
    Current Fox bodies:
    1983 Capri RS 5.0 T-top
    1986 SSP (Colorado DSO)
    1991 LX 5.0 convertible (survivor 13K original miles)

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