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Susan; It could be one of three locations, under car along frame rial, under hood engine compartment mounted on fire wall, or under hood mounted near shock tower. below 2nd link shows the filter assembly and partial harness to help identify location. press the helpful button
I am assuming you mean it cranks for along time before it starts. This is most likely low fuel pressure- which means that most likely the electric fuel pump in the tank is worn out. The fuel pressure can be checked at the fuel rail- should show at least 30 lbs at idle-and if the pressure regulator is working the pressure will increase as the gas pedal is pressed down. That is the best I can do given that your question is not very specific.
make sure all the electrical connectors to the trans are properly connected. One of these plugs is for the shift control solenoids- not properly connected = no shifting. This happened during the repair operation which is why the car worked fine before the water pump was replaced.