Yes, I will take your adivce on this. Also, the CEL is on and it is throwing these codes: P0110 - Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit, P0100 Mass or Volume Air Flow A Circuit.
I have an additional story that may be able to draw light as to what is causing this issue.
A short while ago, a week at most, I went to fill my car up with gas. The unfortunate custom in my state, New Jersey, is that one cannot fill their own vehicle with gasoline for that is the job of the gas attendant that is there. Personally, I feel that this is a stupid law and that I should be able to pump my own gas at my leisure. Anyway, I told the man at the stand, "Please fill her up with premium. Thank you!" He looked at me and responded, "Fill it up with premium?" He's asking just to make sure, of course! "Yes, fill her up with premium!" I said with a smile. I then handed him my card and he went to work. About a minute later I hear a click come from the pump. I check and I see the regular gas switch has been lit up opposed to the premium gas switch. The man handed me my receipt and I checked and saw that he indeed did pump my car full of regular gas. Ever since that fateful day my car has been acting very odd. I drove around on it because there was nothing else I could do at that point. I failed to stay vigilant and that got me regular gas. That regular gas may have caused massive problems to my car. Anyhoo, on that day my car began acting very weird. Aftter about twenty miles or so my car began hesitating a lot. Thankfully I arrived at my place of residence before it became too much of an issue, but from then on I couldn't start my car. I'm terribly bad at wording this so please bear with me. It would crank and turn over, but it would not be able to idle. I'd turn the key in the ignition to turn the car on, it would crank, shake a little bit, and then just stop. Just like that. I remembered how the man put regular gas into the car, so I grabbed my gas can and filled it up with premium. I poured the premium into the car and it fixed the problem. The car would then turn over and stay that way. It would be able to idle and I could drive my car! However, it did throw one code. It gave me: P0100 Mass or Volume Air Flow A Circuit. My first idea was to clean the MAF, which I did, and that chased the code away. So yes, I cleaned the MAF, put the correct gas into my car and from then on it was smooth sailing. Until today.
The above happened at most a week ago. I'm unsure if it'll give any of you any insight as to what is wrong with my car, but I am open to anything you guys have to say. Please leave a comment here and I'll get back to you guys as soon as I can! Thank you so much!