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Sounds like a bad connection. It may get knocked loose and cut out, and then make a good connection and restart. Check the wires you can and see if any are loose or have any bare wire showing. If you see a bare spot, that is where all of your electricity is going instead of its intended spot.
A solution is hard to give with out looking at and doing some testing but advise and help i can do, this sounds like a lack of fuel pressure, it died out and was hard to restart and backfiring from loss of fuel, this sounds to me like a fuel pump that is on the way out,
The first thing would be to have a fuel pressure gauge connected to fuel rail so that you can watch the pressure as you drive and see if you loose pressure when car begins to die out or back fire. good day
currently there is a recall campaign on these to replace ecm relay......your symptom fits the profile of failure that i have seen.contact local dealer to see if campaign is open on your vehicle.let me know how you make out with it.
put the car on an oscilloscope and check what is happening,check cranksensor,injectors,fuel pump supply,coil packs you will then see what you are loosing if its power(electrical)or a fuel problem put a fuel pressure gauge on it and road test it you will then see whats happening.........oscilloscopes dont tell lies.....