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Capless fuel fill.
My CRV has one and you cannot spray wash with the fuel door open...

Mixed feelings. No cap to lose, but no washout 'interior' either. Better not splash mud/river water up too high either.
Just need a little shower cap. ;-)
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Someone explain what I'm seeing here. I can see the three broncos stamped in the metal. Am I missing anything?
I think it's the 3 original Bronco configurations, truck, SUV, and convertible. There is a picture that shows all 3, but I can't find it...
Edit: found it, thanks @BroncoKong Jr.

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Edit: I am learning so much, they are called the Roadster, Sport Utility, and Wagon.
 
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Capless fuel fill.
My CRV has one and you cannot spray wash with the fuel door open...

Mixed feelings. No cap to lose, but no washout 'interior' either. Better not splash mud/river water up too high either.
If you're going to be a river fiorder you could invest in a cap. Majority of people won't need it.
 

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My 12 F-150 has it, wife's old 2010 Fusion was the first vehicle I've seen with it. I am a fan, unless you need to out a fuel additive in...don't forget to use the funnel!!!
My 08 Explorer is capless...
 

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If you're going to be a river fiorder you could invest in a cap. Majority of people won't need it.
There is an inside door that needs to be pushed open by the funnel or a gas pump, otherwise anything that makes it passed the first outer flap just drains to the ground. I would not worry about this...
 
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