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I assume that you filled with the right grade of gas, not diesel. The simplest fix to try is to make sure that after filling there isn't
an air lock in the system as a result of running out of gas. There should be guidance available to allow you to bleed the system. Is there a service manual available that you could check? Any information available by contacting the manufacturer? Try to find an enthusist group.
spark plugs ,,or ignition distribution is my main concern ..have your fuel filters changed as well as injectors cleaned ,,,that will probably solve it fast...go to your auto zone have them read it free
The fuel filter is accessable from inside the trunk. remove the trunk carpet mat. You will notice a circular panel on the left side which is held to the trunk floor with two screws. remove the screws and panel and you will immediately see the fuel filter. When replacing the fuel filter, note the direction of fuel flow and Do Not Install The New Fuel Filter Backwards!
If you ever have an oil leak it really should be fixed right away unless this happened all at once. Go to a local mech or if there is an Autozone around go there and have them check the Engine Light code for you for free. You will have more info to work with.