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on a 3.5, on the bottom of the engine, looking up at the drain plug about 10" past the drain plug and slightly to the right there is a cover made of a plastic-like substance similar to Bakelite, it unscrews to gain access to the oil filter cartridge. You can buy a special filter adapter to use on a 3/8 drive rachet for removal of this plate. Here is a link for this tool, but if you look around you should be able to locate one for half the price:
Follow the blower wires. I believe you should find a relay. I suggest testing it as well. Make sure it is good. Also make sure fuse is good and secure. Test your control switches and check all the vacuum lines and wiring
You don't clean them, you get a new one. Usually if it's the MAF, it'll start and die, start and die. If your's is stalling, it'll be the idle air control valve, or the fuel filter, or the idle control system, or a vacuum leak at the intake or vacuum hoses. Good luck.