I just noticed that this page isn’t on the CD-ROM version that I use as my study guide on my computer. The Book calls for smearing fuel tank sealant on the neck and then installing it on the turtle deck skin. I wondered how I was going to start the screws if I couldn’t see the holes because of the sealant, so I tried a different technique. In the photo, you can see how I started the screws into the nut plates. After taking the photo, I mixed up the sealant and put in a baggie with the corner cut off. I used this to squirt sealant onto the face of the filler neck, then tightened up the screws. It wasn’t too bad. I had to tear off some sealant that squirted past the waxed surface of the inside of the turtle deck, but I made a pretty good seal. I will probably touch it up with a bit more sealant when I do the rear window.