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The fuel filter for a mark VIII (at least in my 1993), is behind the wheelwall on the front passenger side of the car. You will need to take the wheel off and also take off the black covering by pulling out the plastic mounts and metal screws. as soon as those are removed, you will not miss the filter mounted to the inside left of the wheelwell
Possible shift solenoid problem . Do you have any idea how the electronic shift control works ? Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop. Have it checked for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes .
636 transmission fluid temp higher or lower than expected. 172 heated oxygen sensor indicates lean condition - right side. 181 adaptive fuel rich limit reached at part throttle, right side. 189 same as 181 but left side. 634 manual lever position (MLP) sensor voltage higher or lower than expected
buy a set of factory manuals used. There is not just one picture.
the fuse box in the driving area is in the owners manual. The engine compartment diagram is in a book called Mark VIII Electrical Vacuum and Troubleshooting Manual.