Hello, this past Monday 2/10/20 I noticed my car didn’t want to start. I had to press the stop/start button a good 10 times before it finally fired and when it did it was very hesitant and sounded to me like a bad starter. The rest of the day, Tuesday and Wednesday it was fine. On Thursday it started up and warmed up normally. I decided to open it up and at about 150 it got the dreaded reduced power warning and started smoking white out that smelled like fuel burn out of the exhaust. I limped it home and read the codes. It had all cylinder misfires among others. I cleared the codes and attempted to start the car again. It was very very hesitant and didn’t end up starting and had the reduced power warning yet again. I re-read the codes and the misfires were gone but I got 27CF fuel pressure build up fuel pump feed and A0C1 and A0B4 engine start starter operation. I have a feeling the starter is bad but would that make it smoke? I’m trying to decide if I should just replace the starter, fuel pump and fuel filter or of it may be something else. Any assistance is greatly appreciated, thank you!