wow u are in luck!! first of all, not to sound rude or anything, but u should've read ur owners manual, and a bentley manual as well, (don't add fuel additives)(knowledge is power), but u are pretty smart for putting up this issue on the forum, i will give u that much credit, so anyway,, now for the details::
problem: faulty fuel pump
solution: go to junk yard and get the replacement pump, (make sure all of the wiring and float is there), (like it came from the car), don't just get the pump and have to do all of the solder work, its harder that way.. btw, i did mine on a full tank,, haha, that was not fun, but overall its easy enough....anyway, i am happy that i fixed ur problem, why?? it happenned to me as well,, oh well, what can u do?? learning lesson, eh?? and... one more note, if u could find out the ultimate rootcause for this issue, i would deeply appreciate it, maybe a material issue/design issue. if ur nice enough, u will find out for me and give me the data,, ok??