RE: [DML] Zilla
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RE: [DML] Zilla



Tom, 
What would you say is better, a New Bosch relay from one vendor at $14.95 or
the same New Bosch relay from another vendor at $8.95. We use Bosch relay's
in most all our modifications.
There was a person on the list about a year ago that thinks more money buys
a better quality. 
One of the problems with the car is the several variations and mistakes and
information that is left out or not put into the diagram or changes made as
it's going along the manufacturing process. 
If you don't have a fleet of cars to check them all out then there is no way
to know that those, what I call shift changes have occurred. 
I understand the frustration by the customer and I also hate to hear it
also. We just have to chalk it up to another change, correct the problem and
go on. 
If your referring to the headlight switch saver, your welcome to your money
back or I have fixed the wiring problem. I just installed one Friday in a
customers car with the new change and it's working fine. 
Hopefully the new ones will be beefed up to handle the load, but if not you
will find out when it melts down also. Then the anger and frustration can be
blamed on the manufacture who can't build a simple switch to work.
If I don't hear about a recall at least once a month about a major
automobile manufacture having a problem it's rare. 
I guess the point is that nothing is perfect.
John Hervey

     


-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Tom Watkins
Sent: Monday, October 24, 2005 9:25 AM
To: DMC News
Subject: [DML] Zilla

Zilla products are the best, by far...they work in all cars without the
nonsense that I have found with other vendors stuff...The excuses if their
product doesn't work is usually "Well there must be something else wrong
with your car"  or "Your car must be wired differently"....Ya.... maybe but
it's sad to see people "opening up" Zilla products just to screw with Bob.
 
If vendors make a product it should work in all car regardless....or at
least know enough about our cars to know the differences in wiring and be
able to answer questions from customers about how to install the bloody
things instead of getting rude and saying "well it works in all my other
customers cars"
 
Kick the Zilla line if you want.....I've got all of them in my car and all
work 100%.....The goal should not be knocking Zilla because they are too
expensive.  That's the price... if you don't like it..fine, don't buy it.
If you want to risk your car to someone who has only been in the DeLorean
business for a brief period of time....hey that's fine too.   My car is
worth the extra investment in a product that is fully tested and not just in
20 or 30 cars but hundreds of cars with NO failures.
 
Bottom line...it's your car, do with it what you will.   If you want what's
best for your car listen to the guys who have been doing this for 20
years!!!!!   I'll never again purchase an electrical add-on or gizmo that
some of you "invent" without first talking with the guys who really know
what's up with our cars.   I've done it before and literally pissed away
some money on items that don't work as claimed and will not install per the
written instructions.
 
Seems simple to me
 
Tom Watkins
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