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1994 Ford Thunderbird check engine light on auto with air

Check engine light on has error codes: PO133 PO1056 P0171 PO174 P1407-- can anybody tell me what these code mean and estimate of cost??

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EGR has no flow.

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Put the P0171 on hold until you have a verified fix for the other 2 codes. Here's why:
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