[DML] Fuel Senders
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This is incorrect.  

The DMCH unit uses a float that activates
micro-switches attached to a fixed resistor network. 
IIRC, there are 5 or 6 switches.  The result is your
fuel gage becomes a indicator with only 6 positions.

TankZilla uses a similar design as the stock sender,
where there is a variable resistor that will change
resistance with the smallest change in fluid level.  
The electronics included with TankZilla is used to
convert the behavior of the new tank sender to what
the gage in the dashboard expects to see.  The range
(and direction) of the replacement sender is not the
same as the stock one.  The sender alone is very
expensive.

Either unit will tell you when you need to stop for
gas..  If I had my choice, I would have tried to
rebuild my broken one.



--- "mr.pants@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <mr.pants@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
<SNIP>
> 'Zilla, but I hear it's good too, and uses the DMCH
> sender unit anyhow.  
> Is this correct?  I don't wanna spread
> misinformation...
<SNIP>


		
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