This problem may be soved but it will take some work, You must drop the gas tank or have a mechanic do it for you and clean the tank out, and look inside to see if there is something inside of the tank,
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set trip odometer to zero,fill fuel tank,drive car until 1/2 tank and fill up again record your miles from trip odometer, divide this number by the gallons of gas you just filled car with and this will give you miles per gallon (MPG)
the sender unit in the tank ,i think it has petrol in the float so its not reading correct.with the filler neck and associated pipes then it no doubt holds nearer 15 gals or about 80 litres .I couldnt afford to buy this much petrol in one go as its just over 1 euro 20cents a litre here so that would cost me 90+ euros or if the exchange rate is right this morning thats a dollar a litre
have you checked for moisture in gas tank..get a bottle of gas line antifreeze and put it in gas tank and see if it drives better if it does then fill it up and try to keep your tank always no lower than 1/2 and 1/4