Event though the code is very long, it has a familiar format to it.
[hint]Have a look at what the numbers in between the letters tell you, how many there are and how do they line up to the known Daily Passcode format.
f 17 24 19 i 19 07 14 20 06 07 19 12 j 01 c 04
Using an Alphabet Index of A=0 and Z=25, convert the numbers to letters and letter to numbers
Code #2 and #3
Both codes have the same length and trying multiple different ciphers on each individually came to no results.
Recently they liked having two codes relate to each other for a solve.
Atbash on alphas and numeric on #3
Put both codes side by side in a Grid of 3×5
Swap all even numbered rows with the other grid
z9p w9s <--
rf9 en4 <--
Write each grid down as a passcode.