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A wideband O2 uses a far more sophisticated oxygen sensor than the autometer, which uses your stock O2 sensor that came with your car. everyauto meter i've ever seen flashes back and forth like a rainbow, i don't see how this can be good or normal.

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Wideband O2 = expensive
autometer < $100
 

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the autometer only flashes back and forth when you are not in the throttle, once on the throttle, it feeds back a rich/lean or stoichsomethin' condition...It does connect to your factory o2 sensor that goes into your ECU...dont know how accurate it is though.
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