The AutoTune module does give an end user the accessibility and capability to custom tune a Power Commander map file, as accurately as a professional dyno tuner using the Bosch LSU 4.2, 5-wire, wideband O2 sensors for exhaust gas analyzation. Some users may find that having a professional tuner setup everything as needed (including the AutoTune feature) is necessary. As a professional tuner is only as good as the equipment he/she uses, the equipment is only as good as the person using it also.
Articles in this section
- What sensor is used in Wideband kits?
- To Clear All Trims
- To Configure Auto Tune
- AutoTune Running Light
- Can I have AutoTune start working after a certain engine temperature?
- How do I configure AutoTune target AFR?
- Should I purchase the AutoTune module, or have my vehicle custom tuned on a dyno?
- How do I tell if my AutoTune is working?
- Should I buy the AT-200 or AT-300 AutoTune?
- How often to accept AutoTune trims?