[DML] TankZilla & DMCH Sender
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[DML] TankZilla & DMCH Sender

If it leaks, then you need either a new seal (email me offline) or
it's not installed correctly. There should be no leaks.

The TankZilla products uses a completely different sending unit (off a
Saab, IIRC) and the "black box" adjusts the signal from the sender to
work with the gauge in the dash. PJ Grady *may* have sold some of our
senders as they have been unable to get the Zilla products, but I'd
have to check to be sure.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "mr.pants@xxxx" <mr.pants@xxxx> wrote:
> Regarding the fuel sender, I have the DMCH one and it is FAR better
> the stock, but it still leaks a teeny bit when my tank is filled up to 
> the max, even with the new, supplied seal.  Still, I'm pretty happy
> it and the price was fair.  I couldn't spend the extra cost for the 
> 'Zilla, but I hear it's good too, and uses the DMCH sender unit
> Is this correct?  I don't wanna spread misinformation...
> - ed
> 1982 DMC-12 (11594)

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