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Location of fuel filter for 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer 1.8 litre

I need to replace the fuel filter on my Lancer but not sure where it's located

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A guess... fuel filter should be up against subframe behind rear wheel in front of fuel tank...follow fuel lines down frame rail from motor to back end to find it.... good luck

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