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Old 05-28-2006, 01:49 AM   #1
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There is one thing I'm hoping someone might be willing to look up in a 93FSM for me. Looking for the parameters for the "MAF GR/SEC" reading.

At idle I'm sitting at 1200 and when the throttle was open, we got it up to 31000, The manual for the 1997? (unsure) said it should max out at about 11000, so it struck us as odd.

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Mmm, sounds about right for an L27, I think. My Series I L67 will get 55000.
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Weird...i couldn't find any similar numbers in the FSM. The only readings i could find in the MAF section said:

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A Wide Open Throttle acceleration from a stop shoud cause the MAF reading on the Tech 1 to range from about 4.7 at idle to 100 or greater at the time of the 1-2 shift.
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that is strange, thanks for checking it out
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MAF sensors are quite different from model to model, as are the TB'*, and how the PCM looks at the MAF information.

At first glance, I don't see the spec you are looking fo in the 93 FSM, but I'll look again a little later.

Perhaps a 93 SSEi scan from someone is in order for comparison. I can't help you with that as I don't have any of those critical components on my 93 any longer.
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