Mustang Gas Tanks at CJ Pony Parts

Mustang Fuel Tanks 1964-2004

Mustang Gas Tanks at CJ Pony Parts

Are you experiencing issues with your Mustang Fuel Tank like having a strong fuel odor in your Mustang or a gas cap still not sealing properly? Has wear and tear taken its toll, prompting your Check Engine Light to illuminate? It may be time to replace your fuel tank.

Refine Your Search
BizRate Circle of Excellence
BizRate Customer Certified (GOLD) Site - CJ Pony Parts Reviews at Bizrate
Norton Secured
Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies
Inc 5000 Honoree
Mustang Club of America Proud Sponsor
CJ Automotive Group
Sort by
29 Results
1 2 >
Results per page
Sort by
29 Results
1 2 >
Results per page

Fuel Tanks

If you’ve spent time and money improving the power and performance in your Mustang, it won’t really matter if you’re experiencing gas tank or fuel pump problems. Problems with your Mustang gas tank can easily leave you stranded, or worse, they can pose serious safety issues.

Replacing Mustang Fuel Seals

One of the more common issues with the Mustang gas tank is the fuel tank filler grommet. Over time, this rubber seal can deteriorate and allow gasoline to escape from the fuel tank. Symptoms of a faulty fuel filler seal range from simply smelling fuel while driving or, in more extreme cases, you may even notice fuel leaking from your Mustang as you attempt to fill the tank. Depending on how worn out the seal is, a simple visual inspection of the tank and seal area may reveal and confirm a faulty seal.

A faulty fuel seal is nothing to mess around with and should be replaced as soon as possible. Here at CJ Pony Parts, we stock several types of Mustang gas tank seals. Choose from original Ford parts or an aftermarket replacement. Place your order by 5 PM EST Monday through Friday and we’ll ship all in-stock parts that same day for free so you can repair your Mustang gas tank as quickly as possible.

Gas Caps, Fuel Sending Parts and Mounting Hardware

Not all Mustang gas tank problems are as serious as a fuel leak. Many Mustang owners encounter the ever-annoying Check Engine Light simply due to a faulty gas cap. If your gas cap seal has worn out and no longer locks in place, replace the worn out gas cap with a new one and stop that Check Engine Light from coming back on.

Some of the more frustrating and difficult-to-diagnose problems can arise from one of several Mustang gas tank parts including the fuel pump, fuel sending unit or fuel pump inertia switch. If your Mustang cranks, but refuses to turn over, you may have an issue with one of these parts.

With our fast and free shipping, you’ll have your Mustang gas tank parts quickly so you can get your Mustang back on the road as soon as possible.