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gauge in-tank probably your problems. You can test it at connector near fuel tank . there is 2 kind of gauge one is 0 to 90 ohms or 0 to 250 ohms. if the reading is not good then gauge is defect
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this is caused by a defective gas gage sending unit, the sending unit is part of the fuel pump module inside the gas tank, the gas tank must be removed to replace the fuel pump module that also contains the sending unit.
2 un-related questions, the gauge is the due to a defective sending unit in the gas tank, the second part I need u to give more info on what u are trying to describe, u don't touch the gas and the PRM goes up and down?.
They could have installed the wrong pump assembly. I would first check to see if the float arm is binding on something not allowing it to reach the empty position. If you take the assembly out, have the key onand work the sender up and down thru its travel and see if the gauge matches the sender position. Disconnect the wire going to the pump so it doesn't get damaged.