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I am not a mechanic but when we replaced one on my Moms Chrysler we were told all we had to do was disconnect it from the power source for 10 min and it would reset itself.
Call you local dealer service department or parts department, they are usually pretty good about answering this type question.
it is dirt trapped by the filter and yes it is normal, work for a Ford dealer see this all the time, would suggest you change gas stations or bring it to there attention that thier fuel is dirty. Make sure you change the filter at least every 30,000 miles, use a Motorcraft factory filter, they are by far the longest lasting and best at filtering.
folwo the fuel line from the tank to the front of the engine and it will be spliced into the line before you get to the front of the car. on my ford it is under the car almost directly uder the drivers seat.
fuel filter most likely will not fix your problem.- the best thing would be to see what the check engine trouble code is and then go from there. there are way to many things that could be wrong to just throw parts at it, but if thats how you want to go at it i would probably say the fuel pump is a more likely cause than the filter.- i have never replaced a fuel filter on a ford for a no-start.
right rear just in front of wheel. push clips back and remove old filter. apply new filter insuring flow is correct direction by arrow on filter press the clips back in place and you are ready. check to see if it is leaking.