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Need to know where the fuel filter is located please to replace

Our 1999 Mazda 626 is acting like it is not getting gas. I wonder if you can tell me where the fuel filter is located. I would like to replace it before I take it to the repair shop.

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You can locate it at the back side of the engine where the outlet exhaust passes. thank you

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Do you mean it wont start ? if it runs but feels like its low on fuer try running it ( not driving it ) with the fuel cap removed and see if this cures it the air vent maybe blocked and causing a vacume in the tank , hence the fuel will struggle to get to the engine , , worth a try

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