Thanks Bmeister. I went ahead and order the Bosch MAF sensor. I did get the codes read and here they are...
I also forgot to state that the car does idle rough when I am in drive, so I hope the Bosch MAF Sensor fixes my issues. I have been doing a lot of reading and I now know to stay away from cheap ebay MAF Sensors. Let me know what you think of the codes and what else they may point to.
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The P0100, P0110 codes are both MAF related (the latter is the IAT sensor, which is built into the MAF on this engine). I am hoping that you bought your Bosch MAF from a reliable source (there is only one on ebay that I'm aware of and they don't always have them) because there are knockoffs in Bosch packaging.
P0170 and P0173 are fuel trim codes, often associated with a bad MAF.
However, they can be triggered by other things, including bad O2 sensors, clogged cats, vacuum leaks, etc.
Your other two codes relate to the rear O2 sensor on the driver's side, you can find it by looking under the car, it screws into the pipe pretty much lateral to the front of the transmission
You don't mention mileage, but if you're much over 100K you should just replace all four of the sensors (the spec is 100K check or replace, and I've no idea how to actually "check" one). If you're doing the work yourself you can buy the Bosch wire-in ones, where you remove yours, measure it next to the replacement, then cut off your connector at the proper length and splice it to the new sensor wires. This is not difficult. However, if you are taking it for this work, you want to buy the ready-built ones because the additional labor for the mechanic to splice them will eat up the small savings. Find your part numbers for them at Bosch's parts finder, then search for them on Amazon, autohausaz.com, rmeuropean.com, etc. I would recommend going with the OEM Bosch, too. If you want to stray off, NTK are fine (that's NGK's O2 sensor arm) but you won't save much.
When you change the MAF this time I would suggest you pull the intake plumbing all the way back so you can check the seals. While you're there, clean the throttle body butterfly and check your breather hoses (and other vacuum lines) for cracks or breaks and feel them to see if they are brittle. Replace any questionable ones.
For future reference, not a lot of the 202s got the M112 engine, so you may want to look at the engine stickies in the 210 forum, there is lots of information in there that is directly applicable to your engine.