Thanks, I thought that's how the codes cleared, but they wouldn't. So I pulled the tank module out again, and found the float arm retainer had come apart where I glued it. I'm trying a different (super) glue this time. If this doesn't work, I'll have to replace the Fuel Level Sensor, again. This is the second time it breaks. SMHCodes clear automatically.
There is a contact attached to the float arm that "wipes" across a series of resistors. Make sure that wiper is touching the resistors. You can test it outside of the tank, but keep the test short so the pump does not get damaged by running dry.
I haven't found a source. Do you know of one?Gluing plastic so that it survives immersed in gas sounds difficult at best. Could you splint the broken pieces together by wrapping with safety wire? Or any other wire, for that matter. I might even try stranded electrical wire, then coat it with epoxy.
Have you found a source for just the fuel level sender? I'm pretty sure AC only sells the pump and sender assembly, and that sucker is PRICEY!