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check for power to the fuel pump, ck your connections to the fuel tank, if the connections are good, and you have voltage to the sending unit, your fuel pump is bad, since your gauge reads empty, and it is full of fuel, I would really look a the connection at the tank
take it to a autoparts store, have them pull the code, they can tell you what it is ! after the repair is made, have the same store clear the codes from your computer, so they don't keep coming back . your fuel cap is probably ok, it may be referring you to the evaporative canister purge valve, under your hood, that valve may be faulty. it recirculates fuel fumes to engine or back to tank. deal with it, or you may not pass emmissions for inspection .
You will need the help of a transmission repair shop or the dealer, there is a serious transmission problem and it will require special test equipment and training to find the cause, which is likely a wiring harness issue.
well # 1 the full gauge when empty is a sign that your fuel pump is bad and that needs to be replaced the part about spitting the gas back out is probrobly a clog between the fuel door and the tank itself or their might be a vapor lock door that might be stuck shut so fuel cant get in im not 100%sure about that but im 100%sure that the fuel guage is the fuel pump being dead.