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Did it run out of oil? if you ran the drive motors very long with no oil they are destroyed. Make sure the hyd. oil is still full. Usually the cylinders will act up first when oil is low. Try loosening the lines on drive motors to make sure there is no air in system, like an air locked injector.
If your driving a ford truck the fuel pump assy that is in the tank that is recieving the gas is leaking and allowing fuel to enter. Ford uses a valve in the fuel pump assy that is activated when fuel pressure is applied to it and it opens a port and allows the excess fuel to return back to the tank. They do not use a switching valve between tanks just whichever pump is activated allows fuel to return to that tank. When this valve fails fuel is returned to this tank all the time, pumping it from one tank to the other. If you dont have a Ford the switching valve assy. is probably faulty.
The fuel cap should be able to breath when fuel is sucked from the tank. Check if there's a vacuum in the tank after driving for a while. It's a classic engine stall problem - a fuel cap should have open breather holes.
When you ran out of gas, the pump probably pucked up crud from the bottom of tge tank and clogged the fuel filter - it's not uncommon. I'd change the fuel filter, and pick up a can of Seafoam (Walmart or any auto parts store). The next time you fill up, pour the Seafoam into the tank and fill up on top of it. That'll help clean the lines, tank, and injectors. Then you should be good to go.