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buy a multi meter, and start probing :) there are tons of educational vids on youtube on using multimeters to diagnose and fix electrical problems :) basic multimeters for diy cost almost nothing.
some of the vids:
i have a 1996 chevy caprice LT1 that wont start due to hurricane sandy the water line of the car was half of the bottom pully which i think the starter got wet when i returned back to the car i turned the key it didnt turn over but i had power is there any solutions please help
Try to get gas tank close to empty so it's not that heavy. Lift up rear end of box, take down the fuel tank. You will notice an entry w/ some hoses leading into the tank. If i'm not mistaken you unscrew it counterclockwise, or remove whatever screws are holding it in place & lift up the whole fuel pump appartus. It comes sold as a whole unit, so whatever individual piece isn't working I'm sure you wont find it by itself unless you hit up a junkyard.
U have 2 seperate problems, the gas gauge issue is caused by a defective sending unit in the gas tank, the cutting out will require u take the car in and have the electronic engine control system tested for trouble codes. Does this car have the 5.7 L engine?