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the fuel filter is inline with the fuel line in front of the fuel tank. Inside the tank is a sock that filters the fuel in the suction pipe to the fuel pump also That sock filter is always replaced upon replacing the pump only.
Like pretty much all modern fuel injected cars, your fuel pump is in the fuel tank. Many cars require removing the fuel tank from the car, but a quick search suggests there is an access panel under the rear seat that might allow fuel pump replacement with the tank still in the car.