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I'm not 100% clear on exactly what isn't working from your question other than now the car is starting and dying after changing the fuel pump. In that case it's possible you've oppositely attached the positive and negative wires to the fuel pump. Hope this might solve part of your problems.
fuel filter is under vehicle on drivers side back by the fuel tank mounted on frame in fuel line. fuel pump is in the tank. the easiest way to remove the fuel pressure is to pull the fuse for the fuel pump, then start car until it dies out. good-day ! tank has to be removed for fuel pump to be replaced.
Hello there: if you have your filter great or if not use FRAM G8018 from WalMart for around $8 and then get the fuel line removal tool from Pepboys or autozone for $7. Tool should be 5/16" fuel line disconnect.
No need to raise the vehicle.
Due to the amount of fuel,that could come out I would use battery powered work light, not 110V AC for safety reasons.
Pull relay #53 from fuse panel under hood. This disconnects fuel pump.
Start engine and let it die. Restart again.
Filter is located under passenger side center seat.
sometimes more fuel will
come out than expected. so make sure to Use a clean oil drain pan, or coffee
can to catch the excess fuel .
Use tool to disconnect fuel lines. Loosen single screw/clamp. Note the direction of filter.
Locate the fuse box. Facing the engine, the box is located on the the right fender. The fuel pump fuse should be labeled, The fuel pump relay is Incorporated in the FI relay located under right center of dash. It is a metal relay usually bolted to the floor near the ecm. Good luck and hope this helps but first replace the the fuel filter since it's the easiest thing to do.