OK, I need some help. We finally had the mishap of breaking off our fuel filler door on my 14 Promaster full size 1500 by snagging it on my pant leg hammer loop and folding it forward too far. We did not damage the colored door, only the housing. Four screws and it's out easy. According to the Mopar Parts lookups, I need a 68199800AA, which then crosses to a 68199800AB, both of which are discontinued. So the next cross was supposed to be a 68199800AC, which I ordered. After driving the hinge pin out of the door and the broken hinge parts from the broken housing, we slipped the hnge pin in (much easier than removing it BTW) and found that the male latch in the door is nearly 1/2" off (mis aligned on height) to the female catch inside the housing. Obviously, MOPAR changed something and didn't note that the AA or AB suffix part are NOT interchangeable to the AC suffix. Anyone else run into this? If so, what was the solution? With all the articles about the lousy cheesy way they made this, I'm surprised that no one else has posted about this, but the search didn't seem to find anything in the forum, hence my post. Any info would be appreciated. ALSO, I'm likely going to have a 68199800AC for sale at a good price to recoup some of the $ too. TIA!