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Drop the gas tank and check for contamination/corrosion. You're going to have to do that to replace the fuel level sender anyway and check both the fuel pump (it's in the tank) and the primary filter on the pickup tube.
Before you try that try your gas cap, you can have it tested at most auto parts stores. First check to see if it is on tight if not that can cause that exact failure.
Before doing anything you should find out what engine code is causing the light to come on, I know autozone will check that for you and reset the code for free. Try that first , this will allow you to target the problem rather than hunt for it.