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You can register on autozone's website and get access to basic repair info including wiring diagrams. The problem is going to be the wiring diagrams are filed under the component not the area of the car. So the fuel pump wiring is listed under fuel or engine management, the lights are under lights, and so on.
Best thing to do is check voltage at fuel pump harness, have some one turn key on and off every 5 secon's, probe wire's at fuel pump harness, one of the wire's will have voltage for about 3 secon's, if you do fuel pump is getting voltage, some time while cranking engine and hitting gas tank with hammer at the same time, fuel pump will start working again, if it start's, you will still need to replace fuel pump or it will happen again, fuel pump is in fuel tank.
The sending unit sends a signal to the engine control module. The engine control module sends a serial message to the fuel gauge.
Check the connection at the fuel tank. If you have a digital multi-meter, check the resistance on the "purple" wire at the fuel tank connector, fuel tank side. The amount of resistance will be determined by the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. Generally it should be between 10 and 255 ohms.
Below is the wiring diagram for your car. Hope it helps, let me know.