What engine do you have? How many miles?
I would think of a fuel level sending unit issue. But, I've never heard dealt with this problem myself.
Have you tried to reset the pcm?
Are your injectors getting signal?
I'm curious if poking around maybe messed with other things too. Im not really sure how to troubleshoot the coil issue. I'll do a bit of searching and post what I come up with.
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