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need two code definitions please and thank you

P0102 + P0175

from searching ive found that P0102 is a mass air related code and ive known it has been broken for a while and yes I do plan on fixing it. But is there ANYTHING else that cold lead to this code.

and the second code I know nothing about...at all im all like and my trucks being a so any help please thank you!
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P0102 is caused by a bad MAF or a short in one of the MAF circuits

P0175 is a bank 1 too rich, also caused by the MAF (most likely)
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