Does the MAF always stay at 1g/sec? If so, a few things to check. First and foremost, with the Torque, did you download the correct PIDs for Pontiac? IMSMC, there are Pontiac PIDs that must be used to get correct readings from your Torque app.
Now, part deux. If you downloaded the correct PIDs, and the MAF is staying around 1g/sec, this is definitely an issue. My suggestion is to "data log" a bit with the Torque app. Make sure you are getting readings (or not getting readings) from the MAF. I haven't used my Torque app in about a year, so I would have to do some research on how to download the PIDs and how to data log. Then, you'll have to chose what to datalog. HINT: Don't log more then about 5 items as it really slows down the log..... Once you've data logged for a quick 2 minute drive, send them to yourself in a .CSV file so that it can be transfered to excel. Then, post when you've done this and I'll take a look at it. I will need you to send me the .csv or the excel file as they usually can't be posted here unless you know a trick. This will help tremendously rather then just a screenshot of the gauge....
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