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



Guys - thanks for all the answers.

Walt - there was a good question about replacing the resistors.
Also the nine steps aren't too bad. Can you send me detailed pictures
of that sender ?

I think I (now wait - I don't need it, I am asking for a friend) he
will go with the DMCH one.
Though the Zilla stuff seems to be pretty good, I don't agree with
the stuff he says on his homepage. Do not jump start the car - what
kind of bullshit is that ? He says it would destroy the automatic
governor. To me it seems as he has never read that schematic....


By the way - Walt - watch out with your cooling problem.
I have to change my head gaskets because I lost water somewhere.
Now I am also getting rid of the stainless header bottle where you
can't see the water level. The BMW part will be installed along with
the low-water switch. I will connect that to the already disabled
LAMBDA bulb in the dash. Maybe with a buzzer to make sure I really
get waked up if it ever happens again.

Let me ask you guys something about the self bleeding kit. Does it
work ? Are you satisfied with it ? Should I get one ? At least then
my car would look like the SUNSTAR model ;-)

Elvis & 6548




> Instead of eating breakfast and working on removing that hemorrhoid
that the IRS has so graciously blessed me with (hey, I earned it) I
stuck a meter on a spare DMCH sender and got the following values (in
ohms from full to empty):
>
> 92.3
> 70.4
> 58.5
> 52.8
> 47.3
> 41.7
> 25.7
> 12.8
> 0.8



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