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Default 04 quest misfiring consistently after reaching operating temperature

Seems like it never misses until it warms up. Codes 1148, 1168, 0300, 1031, and 1051. What could this all mean
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Either the A/F ration sensors (Bank 1 and Bank 2) are no longer functioning or problem with broken wires. So inspect the wires.

https://www.autocodes.com/p1031_nissan.html

https://www.autocodes.com/p1051_nissan.html

Fix these two codes first.
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