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Can't find fuel filte on 2005 camry

The car runs better after having the fuel injector cleaned, so I could only imagined how dirty the filter must be...
how do you find and replace the fuel filter on a 2005 camry 3.0 xle model?

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I would doubt that your fuel filter is dirty. The car runs better when the injectors are cleaned, as the deposits were removed during the cleaning process that caused poor atomization of the fuel. The fule filter is in the tank, and a really expensive procedure. In short, the fuel filter would be the LAST thing I would change.

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