The 1457 is a separate issue, most likely. Evap canister system leakage detected. Many
different things can cause this code, you can't just replace any old part to fix it. Diag is necessary to get it right.
The P0505 is related to the high idle speed, the PCM can't control it. Maybe the IAC is stuck wide open.
Ok, I know this isn't your throttle body. Pull the lid off the air filter box, look in yours and you should see a large hole like that pic. Get the idle surging, then cover the hole with your finger. If the surging quits and the engine idles down, then the IAC is probably stuck open (or unplugged?)
Vacuum leaks can make them surge like that too.
(A rotary type IAC valve does not depend on coolant temperature to control cold fast idle speed. The PCM does that. But the coolant leak still needs fixed.)
The P1519, make sure the IAC valve is plugged in. Circuit failure is an electrical failure; usually wiring, sometimes a bad component (electrically).
P0113 is the IAT sensor, make sure it is plugged in.
Codes can be set when stuff was unplugged with the key turned on or the engine running. Some people like to unplug stuff while the engine is running, that leads to more codes than it should have.
I might suggest clearing the codes, then recheck codes and see what comes back first. Then chase that one.
Rinse and repeat until all codes are addressed.
May take a few drives to reset the evap code.