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Pretty much every gasoline powered vehicle today either has a sock on the fuel pump suction or a small filter element built into the fuel pump sending unit like pic'd above. They're intended to last the life of the FSU. Don't let a service center tell you you need your fuel filter changed, because it's not readily serviceable. They typically can be removed and replaced from the FSU, but it's the same labor as changing the whole sending unit.
 

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I was used to the older vehicles with the fuel filter located outside the tank. I talked to several places that told me it would cost between $800 and $1100 dollars, including labor, depending on the cost of the pump. I youtubed the process and will do it myself when the pump arrives. Thanks for the info.
 
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