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Fuel filter is along the fuel line on the bottom side of the car. If you follow the fuel line from the gas tank up you will come across a mini keg looking device. That is your fuel filter. Tends to be at about the half way point on the drivers side.
Did you also replace your fuel filter? They are usually the reason that fuel pumps go out to begin with. Restrictive flow causes the pump to work to hard to deliver fuel. Also, check/replace plugs, air filter, coils (if distributor-less motor). Monitor your consumption over several tanks from various stations to get a true consistent reading. I'm assuming you used an OEM pump, and not an aftermarket pump. Sometimes the aftermarkets will run a little different than the OEM and could cause extra fuel consumption. Good Luck
The specification is 44-54 Psi. The manufacturer lists the specification with the engine idling.
Also, if fuel pressure is the cause of your problem, there will also be other indicators....
First, it will most likely set "lean oxygen sensor" codes in your computer. Also, your fuel trims will be skewed - I would recommend taking a look at that as well. Skewed fuel trims, poor fuel mileage and hesitation, loss of power, can also be caused by a dirty or defective mass air flow sensor. Another possible cause of poor fuel mileage and poor acceleration is a restricted exhaust.(Bent or crushed tail pipe or a clogged catalytic converter.)
Modern cars don't really need "tune ups", but spark plugs and ignition systems should be inspected every 30,000 miles, air filters and PVC valves every 12-15,000. Fuel filters every 60,000. All cars vary but if it's been a while since you've had your car serviced, bring it to a good repair shop and have them do a thorough inspection.
Lots of things can cause poor fuel economy, but I am going to assume that you have had this vehicle awhile, and it is now getting worse mileage than before?
Check the cheap stuff first:low tire pressure can drop your fuel mileage, as well as carrying around extra cargo that you don't need. Do you have a check engine light on or any other symtoms of driveability?
A dragging brake caliper can cause bad mileage too. Your van won't coast very far , but should be a noticeable problem .
You could get a tune up too. a Bad spark plug or wires, fuel filter, or air filter all can help !