No more. Got around to the always full gas gauge. I did some research and the most common cause is a dead short. Most often the terminal at the tank. Hoped not as that is the most inaccessible place. I clipped the wire to the tank and it still showed full, good not at the tank. Grabbed a mirror and flash light and crawled under the dash. Turns out the mounting brackets were touching some of the terminals, meaning the oil pressure, and temperature would likely not have worked either. The gauge people could have planned it out a little better, not room for any errors. A good bump could cause a shift and it is back under the dash for me.
Also grabbed a helper and we bleed the brakes.