Re: [DMCForum] difference between fuel senders
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Re: [DMCForum] difference between fuel senders

Other than the stock DMC sender, I only know of 2.

The TankZilla is a replacement fuel sender from
another car along with a box of electronics to convert
the sender to work with the DMC fuel gage.  I have
never heard any complaints about this system, but I
myself had to return mine to Bob Zilla to be
"Recalibrated".  Bob did it for free, even though my
unit was *WAY* out of warranty.

The DMCH replacement is a custom made job.  It uses a
few (5 or 6) switches to determine the level so the
gage will only have 6 levels of accuracy.  I have
heard some people complain that one or two of the
switches stop working causing the gage to be even less
accurate.  These complaints were early on in the
product's life, so DMCH may have fixed it.  Even so, I
am not a big fan of this type of sender although it is
effective in telling you when you need to stop for

--- Elvis <elvisnocita@xxxxxx> wrote:
> What difference is there between the different fuel
> senders that are
> on the market for our D's ?
> <SNIP>

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