Yes, it is next to the fuel pump. A metal canister held to the
chassis via a phillips head screw/clamp combination.
Since there is no fuel pump fuse for you to pull in the fuse box (to
depressurize the fuel system before disconnecting lines), go
to the engine bay and remove the engine lid.
Look at the back right of the engine against the fire wall. Look
for a single wire that has a plastic connector.
Separate the connector by pulling the two ends apart.
Start the engine and let it run until it dies (no more fuel pressure).
Turn key off and go under vehicle.
Use an appropriate screw driver to loosen the hose clamps on either
side of the filter. Or pliers if they are spring loaded clamps.
Pull off the hoses and catch any spilled fuel with old rags.
Install filter in reverse.
Hope that helped!
Sunday, March 11th, 2012 AT 1:28 AM