judging by the codes, i would look at the state of your battery, most of those are loss of serial data, the p300 is a misfire but without knowing the exact cylinder it will take some looking, the other 452 codes=fuel problems, and it may be related to the p300, but check the battery first, these cars are notorious for flakey electrics when the battery is not up to the job
This gets you to a Master Index of all DTC's. Open each list and save it to a file on your computer. You'll need them as long as you own the car. Understand that if you "clear codes" the car will not pass emissions testing for some period of time depending on your driving style AND the type of code - many P codes also refer to emissions faults, so if you have an engine warning light or similar, you need to fix the fault.
Also, study all the other links in the above Index. You'll need the knowledge in the future...........
Cool I appreciate it have looked up what the meaning are
ddm - u1255
ipc - u1255
Pcm - p0300 mis
p0452 fuel low cir
P1611 - Loss of CVRTD Serial Data
P1612 - Loss of IPM Serial Data
P1613 - Loss of DIM Serial Data
P1614 - Loss of RIM Serial Data
VTD- U1255- These DTCs set when the control module does not receive a message that it was expecting from another control module, and does not know which control module did not send the message
Has anyone seen this prob b4. I really dont know where to start with it. My thoughts are it may be a control module thats just ended communicating fried or sumthen.
One other thing going thru rear fuse box under backseat found one circuit (not fuse) bigger fuse circuit that is for stability system appears to be in backwards, all other mods are facing up, this ones words upside down, anyone know if this is right, got stab prob though might be solution.