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OBD=11 code p0171 refers to system to lean---causes ---intake/ exhaust leak---air system---MAF/VAF sensor---fuel pressure/ pump---injectors HO2s code po105 refers to manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor/bar ometric sensor and circuit malfunction causes---wiring---MAP sensor ECM code p0760 refers to shift solenoid--circuit malfunction causes--shift solenoid---ECM?TCM code po770 again refers to shift solenoid. code p0171 again refers to shift solenoid ---performance or stuck off. code po130 refers to heated oxygen sensor HOS2 1 bank 1-circuit and have the rest checked .malfunction -- causes---heating inoperative---poor connection---wiring--- HO2S. So replace the shift solenoid and oxygen sensor
you did not post what model of Linclon, but in any case the PO 0171 is fuel system to lean on bank 1.
look for a vacuum leak if no leak then you will need to test the fuel system, there are many idems that could set this code ( injector, vacuum leak, EGR valve, TPS sensor, ect.....) there is a test for the code but you will need to have a scanner to run the test, A SCANNER NOT A CODE READER. if you would like the test i will send it to you but it is many pages.
PO 171 & 174-are O2 Sensors Codes,forget them,just be sure their screwed in tight. Yes ,they will come loose.
PO303-is a bad COP Coil,on #3 cyl ,may be one issue,very common on all ford products
PO-403 -is EGR related.-That probably is shot, also.
Had all thoses and more, on my Lincoln Ls
A misfire will set many codes,that while not unrelated,are not your issuse. You need to understand the symptom,is not always what caused the codes,or not the cause of the problem.