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i had one and my done the same thing and i took my fule pump out of the tank and my float was full of gas so it would not float and always showing an empty tank so that might be the problem unfortunately you have to drop the gas tank hope its just a loose wire for your sake good luck
My dad had the same problem with his truck, if you wiggle the harness that goes into the ecm(computer on the right firewall) it should start back up. If it does then your probably gonna have to replace the ecm
It sounds like your fule pump is going out, this would explain the no gas on your gauge. You need to replace the fule pump assembly, this will come with a new fule level sensor as well. Hope this helped, if you need some tips on removing the fule pump just let me know.
there is a sender in the fule tank this may be faulty so its not sending the info to the tank gage find the whire from this sender on the fule tank and short it out to the car bodywork the tank should then read full up if the wireing is good, if there is still no reading its likley to be the gage not working, or a broken wire to the sender,,,if the sender is broken it canot be fixed so fit a new one but check how much fule is in the tank before you try to remove the old sender or it may spill out every were, if you fit a new selder only add a gall of fule and see if there is a reading on the gage before adding more so you find out when the tank is realy empty,, never trust the gage to be true
The tank has 2 straps that hold the tank to the frame(make sure tank is some what empty, the emptier the lighter) then just disconnect the fuel lines and wires then you can to the pain in the **** ring (some times the ring is loose enough to turn with a hammer and chisel) the book says make a "special tool" but you can be creative. then remove the fuel pump canister and follow the directions depending on if you bought the whole Mopar replacement canister or just a replacement fuel pump. Hope this helps
For the fuel gauge, get a new fuel sending unit and replace the existing one, since it appears to have died (not all that uncommon). For the oil pressure, my 90 300ZX TT had a problem there too, and it was the oil pressure sending unit. Both parts are available at a wide variety of places, and neither is terribly expensive.
As for the suspension, I'm not sure what you mean by the "other lights" flashing - which other lights? Is the car stuck in Touring or Sport mode on the shocks, or does it change when it wants to, or does it not change at all?