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Need to change the fuel filter in a 86 ford tempo

Need to know if this car is fuel injected and if so how and where is the valve to depressureize the gas so it does not spray all over when I take the old fuel filter off

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IT DOESN'T MATTER IF IT IS INJECTED OR NOT. IT WILL ONLY SPILL WHAT HAS BEEN PUSHED THOUGH THE FUEL PUMP.

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