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there is no external fuel filter on your jeep, in 1997 they changed the design and put a filter sock over the fuel pump intake in the fuel tank. they only get changed when you end up replacing the fuel pump
They can be all over, anywhere between the pipe in the gas tank to the inlet at the carb or fuel injection system. In the old carb days there was usually a filter which screwed right into the carb. Nowadays most cars have an electric fuel pump in the gas tank and there is a filter/screen inside the tank and another one which can often be found above the rear axle beam, along the inside of the frame rail, attached to the firewall, or in the fuel line. Some cars have a combination fuel filter and pressure regulator. Follow the fuel line from the tank forward or from the fuel injection system backwards and you have to find it.
The fuel filter location for a 2005 Hyundai Accent depends on where it was manufactured and when. It is possibly mounted external, on the outside of the fuel tank directly above the fuel pump and accessible by removing the back seat. The other possibility is that it is mounted inside the fuel tank and requires removing the back seat, the metal panel, the fuel pump itself and then accessing the filter.