From here I would think the best place to start would be a few things that are general service items as to eliminate them as the source of the problem.
Try replacing the following;
spark plugs and spark plug wires, especially if the wires have never been replaced
I cannot recall if your car has a distributor, if so replace the cap and rotor as well
Run a can, 2 if you never have, of injector cleaner. I suggest BG44K which you will probably have to go to a gas station or car dealership to get.
I believe your car has a, "In the tank filter", so it cannot be serviced. However double check this, when you are purchasing your parts as a reputable parts store will be able to tell you. If it is servicable, replace it as well.
Finally, an O2 sensor for good measure.
Use the links available on this site as they will be helpful. There are great video and text walk-throughs of performing general maintenance.
Detailed information specific to your vehicle is not readily available on-line. That is why I mentioned checking on the type of fuel filter through a reputable parts store. This is information found in service manuals which require a fee to use.
A dealership will give you the information if you purchase your parts there, but they can be more expensive. You might still ask if you get your BG44K at a dealership. Dealerships will be the best source for information as they use the factory Parts/Service manuals for reference.
The link to the on-line Mitchell manual is very much worth the cost as you will have a Dealer Level service manual for any vehicle you have or will work on. Service manuals from dealers are the only truly comprehensive source for all car specs and maintenance information, but they cost at least $100 or more. You can get a Haynes manual from an auto parts store for around $30, but they are very generic in that they cover several years and models with much less information.
Let me know how everything goes and I wll check back soon.
Monday, June 19th, 2017 AT 9:05 PM