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I can't answer your question but I thought I would mention not all cars are fitted with a replaceable fuel filter - some are fitted with a lifetime filter.
I suggest you check the online filter catalogues of the various filter manufacturers. If you don't find a listing for your model it is probably because it has a lifetime filter.
If there is an application for your model it will be located where it is convenient for routine replacement - underneath at the rear or in the engine compartment are the two most common places, If in doubt following the fuel line(s) should provide the answer...
filter is usually close to the tank and looks like a small canister with 2 lines connected to it..normally mounted flatwise in the side or front of the tank near the frame of the car..usually on the passenger side..repost if you find it...follow the gas lines that come out of the tank itself...
Your pick up line in the gas tank either has a hole in it or is broken. This allows the fuel pump to suck in air and loose pressure. The M.A.P. sensor will then get a wrong readimg and cause the engine to die.. You will want to replace the fuel pump while you gas tank out and open.
It's fine to use a battery with a higher cold crank rating than original. Consider the rating in the manual to be a minimum requirement. You'll be fine as long as the physical dimensions and terminal placement are compatible with your car. The battery manufacturer's guide should tell you which battery fits your car.