Well, the two MAF sensors are showing IAT values close to each other, but neither is close to the ECT. I would expect IAT and ECT to agree within +/- 5F, at worst. Had the car been sitting in sunshine previous to these readings? Sunshine will start raising the under-hood/intake temperature faster than the engine coolant. The IAT/ECT comparison is best done in the early morning, after everything has stabilized at the same temp for several hours.
If those 102/104F IAT readings are bogus, not accurate for what temp the MAFs are really, then we are back to suspecting wiring or the PCM.
Yes, I know "mA" means milliamps. What I don't have, is any clue about how those values Autel reports relate to AFR/lambda. NB sensors, which I think you have, are always reported as voltage, since they "toggle" from lean to rich at 450mV. WB sensors are reported in AFR or lambda; and usually have the 0-1V NB output synthesized for applications or scanners that can't handle WB data. Milliamps is a bizarre (useless?) way to report O2 sensor readings, so I would be curious what Autel thinks it means. However, I don't think your problem is with the O2 sensing, so probably not worth the bother to find out Autel means.
Car has been sitting inside a stand alone garage, it does get pretty warm in there. I have an outdoor el cheapo thermometer sitting inside, and it was showing about 90°. If I can find my digital thermometer I will check the under hood temp and the coolant temp…
Is there a way to check the pcm, or is that another piece of equipment?