I don't know if this will help you or not - from AllData.
The scan tool range is 0.0-512 gm/* . Mass Air Flow (MAF) is the MAF input frequency converted to grams of air per second. This indicates the amount of air entering the engine.
MAF Input Frequency
The scan tool range is 0 to 32000 Hz . The mass air flow sensor input signal to the PCM is a frequency which varies from around 3000 Hz at idle to above 7000 Hz at wide-open throttle. The PCM converts this frequency signal to grams per second to be displayed on the scan tool as MAF. (It adds in another section that it could vary at idle from 1200 - 3000 Hz, depending on altitude.)
The scan tool displays the MAF value in grams per second (gm/*). At idle, MAF should be between 4 gm/* - 7 gm/* on a fully warmed-up engine. The values should change rather quickly on acceleration, but remain fairly stable at any given RPM. A MAF sensor malfunction or a MAF signal circuit problem should set DTC P0101, DTC P0102, or DTC P0103.
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