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Post MAF Voltage
on: November 29, 2011 (GMT)

I think I have a bad MAF on my Nissan Altima. I can read all the sensors fine, but is there a way I could read the MAF voltage and not the gram/sec output? If not, does anyone know a formula where I could convert the grams/sec to voltage?


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Post Re: MAF Voltage
on: September 27, 2012 (GMT)

I am in need of MAF Voltage is there going to be that option in the future for this on Torque? Or does someone have a formula to add this?

Thank you

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Post Re: MAF Voltage
on: September 28, 2012 (GMT)


MAF Voltage is a manufacturer specific PID (it’s not standardised as part of the OBD2 mode 01 list of PIDs)

You’ll need to locate the PID for the sensor you want to monitor for your vehicle, (the manufacturer will have defined this so will possibly be in the dealer service documentation) then add it into the ‘extended PIDs’ part of the app (through the settings) – this will then allow you to add it as a display.

You can add pretty much any PID that the vehicle has through the ‘Manage extended PIDs’ part of the app

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Post Re: MAF Voltage
on: February 4, 2019 (GMT)

Hello! Did you find out the PID for the voltage?

Nissan Patrol 3.0 2008

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