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Locking Gas/Fuel Cap or Subtle Locking Fuel Door?


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Locking Gas/Fuel Cap:

Does GM or a reputable aftermarket company offer a locking gas/fuel cap for the '14-15 model Sierra? I couldn't seem to find anything here in the forum or anywhere else for that matter.

 

A 2nd option, not preferred, would be a subtle, sleek, clean locking fuel door. I wanted to keep the stock look of the truck, hench why I didn't get the upgraded/optional chrome fuel door from GM, so this option while an option, isn't my #1 solution.

 

Either option would need to be durable obviously.

 

 

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I only know of locking gas covers (door) like the ones below:

 

http://www.chevymall.com/Silverado-Fuel-Doors/products/655/

 

One was accidently shipped to me which I didn't like it too much. You have to drill out the original cover to put these covers on.

 

I would like to find a locking gas cap (yellow for E85) with the attaching plastic cord to it.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Never found a locking gas cap, but did find a locking filler door that can be ordered as painted to match from RealTruck.com

Here's the link to the Chevy Deep Ruby Metallic version without the logo

http://www.realtruck.com/american-brother-designs-billet-fuel-door/R184355P2014Y734MA.html

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So I selected it without the logo and gloss blanc, and just before adding it to the shopping cart, it shows you an image of what it looks like. It still has an outline on it that looks like a big gear. I was hoping it would be plain (no outline/factory smooth).

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Stant 10504Y E85 Flex Fuel Locking Gas Cap

 

$11.62 w free shipping Amazon.con

 

I purchased it for my suburban in 2013. Fits the 2014 Sierra with no issues.

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Can your truck utize alcohol added gasoline?

 

From wiki: E85 is an abbreviation for an ethanol fuel blend of 85% denatured ethanol fuel and 15% gasoline or other hydrocarbon by volume, although the exact ratio of fuel ethanol to hydrocarbon can vary considerably while still carrying the E85 label. The ethanol content is adjusted according to the local climate to maximize engine performance. ASTM 5798 specifies the allowable fuel ethanol content in E85 as ranging from 51% to 83%.

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