Re: Fuel gauge stuck
My wife's car, 2003 Cavalier Coupe, which gets really limited use, and just sits in "hot standby" mostly, has
had a similar intermittent problem. I think it's the lack of use, no sloshing fuel around in the tank, to move the
mechanical float, or whatever mechanism, that causes it. After we had the SUV fail earlier this summer, and
we drove the Cav more often, it started working again, after a week or two. We do try to keep it full of gas,
when not in use. Don't know if that helps, but tank/parts corrosion worries me, too.
It's not a sprint(er) (unless you make it one), it's (hopefully) a marathon.
RV - 2018 Navion 24V + 2016 Wrangler JKU