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Is the vehicle Diesel or Petrol/Gasoline if its a petrol/Gasoline engine it may not have a fuel filter you can change its usually a micro filter inside the fuel tank that is a life long filter. Crazy I know but this is the case in a lot of Petrol cars
I hope this helps Nick
I do believe its only the Diesel models that you are able to change the fuel filter on ,the petrol version do have a filter but its an in tank one which is a lifetime filter unless you have dirt ingress in your fuel tank !
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If a petrol engine then their is a gauze filter inside the fuel tank on the pick up pipe ,Unless you have been filling with fuel from cans you should never need to change a fuel filter ,diesel yes but petrol cars i have never changed a fuel filter on a modern car with a fibre glass tank ,the old metal tanks then yes but on modern cars ---?= never had a problem
follow the line coming from carburetor or from coming the gas tank in the line supply. you will see the filter.. Or see the pump gas and follow the output you will find it. However you must go to www.automecanico. com and translate the website with your browser and see the diagrams, is amazing sites.
The fuel filter is located in the fuel tank, pump removal is required to replace. There is an inspection cover behind the front seats on the floor to gain access to the pump. stupid idea. but whats not stupid about kia.