The P0430 is the bank two catalytic converter. A partially plugged converter can cause drivability issues such as a loss of power. The other codes you listed are all related to the stability control system. I noted that you indicated little knowledge, but to determine the cause of the faults, diagnostics need to be followed. Take a look through these diagnostics and the attached pics and let me know if it is something you feel comfortable doing.
2007 Ford Truck Edge AWD V6-3.5L
Test F: DTC C1279, C1280, C1281, C1282, C1516, C1517, C2769, C2770 - Stability Control Sensor Cluster Fault
Vehicle Brakes and Traction Control Antilock Brakes / Traction Control Systems Testing and Inspection Pinpoint Tests Test F: DTC C1279, C1280, C1281, C1282, C1516, C1517, C2769, C2770 - Stability Control Sensor Cluster Fault
TEST F: DTC C1279, C1280, C1281, C1282, C1516, C1517, C2769, C2770 - STABILITY CONTROL SENSOR CLUSTER FAULT
Pinpoint Test F: DTC C1279, C1280, C1281, C1282, C1516, C1517, C2769, C2770 - Stability Control Sensor Cluster Fault
Refer to Vehicle/Diagrams, Vehicle Dynamic Systems for schematic and connector information.
The accelerometer (lateral and longitudinal) and the yaw rate sensor are contained in the stability control sensor cluster. The sensor cluster measures the vehicle acceleration and yaw rate, then sends the signal along a dedicated high speed controller area network (DHS-CAN) bus to the anti-lock brake system (ABS) module, circuits VCA23 (BU/WH) and VCA24 (GN/OG). Fused battery voltage is supplied to smart junction box (SJB) fuse 35 (10A) from battery junction box (BJB) fuse 53 (30A) along circuit CBB53 (GY/BN). This voltage is sent from SJB fuse 35 (10A) to the sensor cluster along circuit CBP35 (YE/GY). Ground is provided through circuit GD151 (BK/GN).
Stability control sensor cluster
PINPOINT TEST F: DTC C1279, C1280 C1281 C1282 C1516 C1517, C2769, C2770 - STABILITY CONTROL SENSOR CLUSTER FAULT
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Note that the test procedure includes all of the C codes you listed.
Let me know. I realize it is somewhat confusing if you are not comfortable, but I can try to help from here.
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Saturday, September 5th, 2020 AT 5:31 PM