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Pull the fuse for the fuel pump. Run the engine till it dies (or doesn't start) to get as much of the fuel out as possible. Locate the fuel filter near the tank. disconnect and replace. Note on newer cars, the fuel filter is in the tank.
The fuel filter is located WITH the fuel pump AKA fuel module is what Mitsubishi calls this bundle, to access remove rear seats where you will find the cover to the assembly. The Fuel pump and Fuel Filter are intergrated to each other to save weight.
The fuel filter is located WITH the fuel pump it is called a fuel module, it is what Mitsubishi calls this bundle, to access remove rear seat cushion under it you will find the a sheet metal access cover, under that cover is the module assy. This will be a new fuel pump and filter you are replacing, so make sure you are doing a repair you need first.