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Cannot find fuel filter

I have a 2004 Volvo S60, 2.5L turbo. I am trying to replace the fuel filter, but I cannot find it. Please help.

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UT IS USUALLY UNDER RIGHT SIDE UNDER CAR NEAR THE REAR WHEEL AND IS A CANISTER IN THE FUEL LINE AND YOU HAVE TO REMOVE PRESSURE BEFORE DISCONNECTING THE FILTHER

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