Here at AutoMeter, we offer a wide selection of industry-leading Air Fuel ratio gauges to keep your vehicle from running too rich or too lean. With our vast assortment of both narrow band and wideband air fuel gauges to monitor your motor, avoiding expensive repairs has never been easier. Now in both digital and analog gauge styles.
Selecting an Air Fuel Ratio Gauge for Your Vehicle
The purpose of an AFR gauge is to measure the air to fuel ratio of your engine. There are two air fuel gauge options to choose from: a narrow band and a wideband AFR. The difference between these two types is that a wideband air fuel gauge gives you information from the internal combustion chamber while the narrowband uses your car’s factory oxygen sensor to show its air to fuel ratio. While it may not be very common for your air fuel ratio gauge to fail, your oxygen sensor may need calibration to give you proper data logging. In the case that your narrow band or wideband air fuel ratio does in fact stop working, your engine can be damaged. In some cases, your sensor can also malfunction and cause the check engine light to go on.
Don’t risk damaging your engine over a broken gauge. Make sure your car has the proper stoichiometric ratio for optimal functioning by using one of our air fuel ratio gauge kits from AutoMeters.
At AutoMeter, we make it easy for you to find the perfect AFR gauge kit for your vehicle. Shop our full collection today to keep your vehicle at top performance.