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You have a open connection somewhere,do you check the fuses especially the fuseable link at the positive battery post how about the power at the ignition switch it hot at all times,your disconnected somehow you might have to make a jumper wire to find what opened.
As a first course of action, I strongly suggest that you remove the positive batter connector and let it sit for atleast 5mins. before reconnecting it. This will reset the system and can get your vehicle back to it's normal operation.
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You will need to locate the wire to the fuel sending unit at the fuel tank.
Once you locate the wire, disconnect it and see if the guage goes to 'E". If the guage goes to "E", you probably have a bad sending unit.
To double check, ground the same wire to clean metal on the frame with the key in the "on" position (not running). If the guage does not move, the guage is bad. If the guage moves from E to F, the sending unit needs to be replaced.
replace plugs every 24000 miles or so(two years) buying good quality parts is another good idea. shop around, cheap parts are cheap for one reason. regular tune ups will help your car run and perform better. being easy with the gas pedal will help also