I just bought a fuel cover door off ebay, it is suppose to be OEM new, all I received was the door, is there anther kit I need to buy that contains, the Mounting Ring, Fasteners and Unique Mounting Cup or should that be part of the kit?
I can't see which one it is. You should be able to remove the existing screws and put on the locking door and put the screws back in. Mine is like the one I pictured. Mine did come with screws and wrench. I didn't need them. I used the stock existing screws. 5 minute install.
No screws on the black plastic outer ring on your jeep? It's the outer fuel cup. It should have four or six crews. Is the issue, they advetised it as new, but came in a dell box? If you got a good deal on it, who cares.
You are correct, no screws. I'll look when I get home for my install instructions. I do remember it saying something about drilling holes. I thought they all had screws on the cup. You are more than welcome to my new screws and wrench. I really don't need them. I could send them to you if you want them.
I installed this cover and you're definitely missing parts. Like the above poster said, you're missing the interior cup. Your old one comes out so you can install the new one so you don't have to drill any holes. Did you get all of the screws? Each one of the holes on the metal cover should have a screw in it, but only 2 or 3 are functional. The others are for looks.
I don't think you are missing anything as far as the stock cup. Some of the wranglers didn't have screws on the cup. Can I ask how much the fuel door cost you? I think I paid $36 on ebay. Quadratec was like $67, same door.
I'm thinking that if you remove that outer ring, the plastic cut that you have will work. To remove the ring, first remove the taillight. From there, you can reach in and release the little clips that hold the outer ring in place. What you have left SHOULD accept the screws from your door. You might have to buy the 4 screws, if yours didn't come with them. Just remember to get stainless.