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For an accurate read on your air/fuel ratio, add the AEM Wideband UEGO Air Fuel Ratio Gauge to your instrument cluster. This gauge reads your AFR in real time to prevent lean fuel mixtures and keep you’re your street demon purring at peak performance.
Driven by a dead-on Bosch sensor, your AEM Wideband UEGO Air Fuel Ratio Gauge watches over your air/fuel ratio and displays the results in real time. And, it's accurate to .1 AFR! The built-in 0-5v analog output lets you interface with most data loggers or aftermarket engine management systems, including the AEM EMS.
What's more, you can pick between a traditional analog AEM Wideband UEGO Air Fuel Ratio Gauge or the more modern digital AEM UEGO. Both come with interchangeable white and black face plates, as well as black and silver bezels. And, both are backed by AEM's 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by Anthony C (Mechanicville, NY) — Aug 03, 2011 8:12 PM
The AEM UEGO is the industry standard when it comes to wideband AFR guages and when it arrived on my door step it was easy to see why. Everything you need is in the box, a nice big instruction manual gives you confidence upon installation, two bezels to customize your gauge, plenty of length to the harness so routing was a non-issue. Overall I couldn't be happier with this gauge and I highly recommend it.
Reviewed by GEORGE P (Mendon, MA) Reviewed for a 1968 Chevy Camaro — Jul 03, 2011 4:54 AM
AEM has always been a good company with good products but when i received the gauge i have to change my mind, this thing looks like it was made in china, i am sure it was, it is made very cheap all plastic including the bezel, it just looks like a $20 dollar gauge and costs $250. I will never buy anything from AEM Note) i will buy from auto anything though, its a good company.
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Asked by linda s.
Dec 22, 2011 3:05 PM
2001 Pontiac Firebird
I have these 3 gauge clusters ( water,air intake,oil) I just bought the car (LOVE IT ) I just don't know what the gauge means for air intake. Also do they have fuses they work off? Are they easy to replace if I need to get new ones. Their stock,but in my 2001 Trans am manuel their not listed. I also have a flip switch near my Tcs switch. When I flip it on I hear blowing,Hi if switch is up and low when switch is down. I have know idea what this is for either..she has the 5.7 v-8 Ls1
Answered by Nathan S. — May 03, 2012 10:04 AM
All aftermarket gauges will use an inline fuse for circuit protection.flag Accept Answer