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Slow accleration, Possible alternator? p0172 p0622 p0132 p2503

Hello everyone I appreciate these forums and wanted to ask for some help. So I just got my a/c repaired and had the evaporator core and condenser replaced (VERY expensive). SInce replacing them, I have the following codes

p0172, (I believe bank 1 running rich)
p0622 (some kind of alternator fault?)
p0132 (bank 1 sensor 1) replaced twice in the past year trying to get rid of code
p2503 (alternator issue??) couldn't find much info on this

Since the a/c repair the only driving issues is it accelerates pretty slow from 0 and will get back to normal after a few seconds. Acceleration is better with a/c off but I sometimes still notice is not as peppy as normal. It also idles rough sometimes when I'm waiting for a light.
Now I need to renew my safety this month and need these codes gone and repaired very fast and for not a reasonable price. Do I need to replace my alternator? What should I do about the O2 sensor and the running rich code? I have already replaced the bank 1 sensor 1 O2 sensor twice? Thanks for your help all.
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P0172 (M) - 1/1 Fuel System Rich - A rich air/fuel mixture has been indicated by an abnormally lean correction factor.

P0132 (M) - 1/1 O2 Sensor Shorted To Voltage - Oxygen sensor input voltage maintained above normal
operating range.

What sensor are you replacing it with? You should only use NGK/NTK or OEM sensors in these cars, they don't like anything else.

P2503 - Charging System Voltage Low - Charging system voltage below minimum acceptable voltage.

P0622 (G) - Generator Field Not Switching Properly - An open or shorted condition detected in the generator field control circuit.

From the looks of it you need a new alternator. Check all the connections to it first though.

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I only use oem (mopar) sensors. As for the alternator I have no idea the last time it was replaced so I guess I will buy a new one and have it replaced.
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