That's not an "Airflow meter light." Please, Find me a car ANYWHERE that has an "Airflow meter light" I challenge you, but here lemme give you a hint
They don't exist.
In fact, when the Airflow meter breaks, your call will run very rich, will rev slower than a F350 w/a lawnmower engine in it, and will have a Rev Limiter at 2,000 RPM. (My bad, I've been corrected as to the rev. limit.)
Besides that fact, do you actually think that a $300+ dollar (new) piece of equipment would fail frequently enough that it should require a warning light? I don't. And if it does, that'd certainly be a car to avoid.
As a fact, It's the low coolant light. Open the overflow resevoir, fill it 1/2-2/3rds full and watch the light go away.And, it's quite commonly called the bird cage light.