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Wow... Thats a lot of diagnostic codes. First... The cyl #1 misfire will cause the Engine to run rich giving you a rich running engine. Therefore the rich lean code. This misfire on cyl #1 can also throw a crankshaft sensor code as it will slow down engine rpm. I would change the spark plug and ignition coil to cyl#1 and have the codes erased and see if that solves the problem. If not, you then need to persue any codes that may reappear.
I would say that you are on the right track. I would do the wires next and see if that fixes it. Try swapping the coils to see if the misfire moves before replacing that component. If after all that you still have miss going on then start considering compression check and possibly leak down check Sounds like you got a good beat on it. Good Luck
Change your plugs, sounds like they are worn and nit firing as strong when on a pull. Or check for jumping sparks from the engine area at night. It could be a wire jumping out sparks hitting any metal around the wire.
Spark plug wires cause a big part of this also as I have had 3 kia cars that misfire idle rough engine light comes on causes codes to come on and we finally figured it out to change the spark plug wires hope this helps