Q: What parts do I need if I'm getting a few codes

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What parts should I buy if my car is having codes such as: bank 1 and 2 are running too lean, shift solenoid in transmission, camshaft sensor 1 and 2. Also, with my Lexus when it's on it's idling pretty rough and when I try to use my ac it seems to cut my car off.

My car has 168000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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