Go to Autozone. A test light should run you $5. Most shops will scan for codes for free in the expectation that they'll make that back in the repair charges. Then come on back and let me know what you find out. In the meantime, I'll look around at my materials for the wiring diagrams for your car.
Another thing you can do is pop the air cleaner housing open and spray some carb cleaner towards the throttle body when the engine is running and spluttering. If it smooths out, you're not getting the fuel pressure the engine wants.
Many stores like Autozone will also lend tools. See if you can borrow a fuel pressure gauge. Hook it up and crank up the car. Watch the gauge. It should remain steady at at least 40-50 PSI.
Saturday, August 15th, 2015 AT 3:46 PM