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The filter should be in the fuel line under the car between the gas tank and the engine. On some models it is in the engine compartment, and on others it is in front of the gas tank. You squeeze a clip together on one end and the other end has a threaded pipe nut. Make sure you release the pressure in the line before you take the line loose.
Trace the power source from fuse to relay etc and make sure pump is working. if all checks out then check pump working and for preasue at engine. you may have a dammaged fuel line from the tank which would also cause the same problem
It sounds like you have a bad fuel pump, a bad fuse to the fuel system, or the cut-off switch was tripped to the fuel pump. Check you owner's manual to check the cut-off switch reset. If this doesn't fix the problem and you have replaced the fuse to the fuel system then you will most likely have to replace the fuel pump. Start with the easiest solution first before replacing the fuel pump.
you will have to drop the fuel tank ,remove the straps while supporting tank,remove fuel lines and vent lines,lower to ground ,remove ring that holts pump ***. in tank.Be certain to change filter and strainer
Because you ran out of gas, the first thing to check is/are your fuel filter(s). Generally, throughout the years, dirt builds up in your gas tank but as long as the tank is reasonably full, the dirt either remains diluted or in the lower-most area of your tank. Running the tank empty probably sucked up the build up of dirt and now it's blocked your filter.