[DML] You don't need to spend $399 on a new fuel pump if your fuel sende
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[DML] You don't need to spend $399 on a new fuel pump if your fuel sender is broken



I was looking at Hervey's website this evening and noticed some really
good news.  He is about to start selling $89 fuel senders!  This is
great news for those of us that don't want to spend $399 on a new fuel
pump/sender combo.

http://specialtauto.com/delorean-parts/images/delorean-fuel-sending-unit-.jpg

I just figured I would though this info out there if anyone has a
broke fuel sender.  I've been really happy with the angle drive I got
from him last year and am curious to see how well his fuel sender
works.  My $99 DMCH fuel sender is still going strong but it is good
to know we still have options.

-- 
Steve Rice
#16510


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