Most late model cars have the filter attached to the pump inside the gas tank. Japanese auto makers love doing this stuff. It depends on the manufacturer as to whether or not it is replacable. If it is, all you have to do is remove the sock and throw a new one on there.
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The fuel filter is located inside the gas tank and is not considered a routine maintenance item. If there is a ecm trouble code that indicates the filter or fuel supply is faulty, then the filter ahs to be removed from tank. I've added a discussion blog which addresses the fuel filter.
Hi, the fuel filter is by the front of the gas tank. but the person was right about the strainer on the fuel pump but that is just the first filter to keep large sediments out, and secondary filter is to keep the small stuff out.
the oil level sensor is screwed into the engine block on the front of the engine it has a 2pin connector on the end of it.
as for the fuel filter its probably an intank one, the service life of these ones is something like 160,000 miles, to change these u will need to remove the fuel tank sender unit and if you do make sure its practicaly empty of fuel because the plastic fuel tanks can distort
The filter may be on the firewall or under the car by the fuel tank.The studering wouldtell me that it needs plugs and wires.If it is running smooth but no power up hills or hard take off I would have the fuel pressure checked.