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Should be in front of driver side rear tire. There may be a splash guard that you need to remove to get at filter. Make sure no pressure on fuel system before you take any lines loose. Some fluid may come out of discounted fuel line, so be prepared. Loosing your gas cap may or may not help? Sometimes I plug the fuel line with something till I go back with new filter, then remove plug. I don't know if safely raising and supporting the vehicle, with tire removed will help? I'd have to look at it. There are safety issues anytime you work under a vehicle, safety is your responsibility.
You may have to remove the power steering pump in order to get your hands down in the passenger side of the engine to remove it.
when reinstalling pump be careful not to let any power steering fluid drip down into alternator. That could cause a premature failure of the alternator.