- Read down acouple of posts and you'll see some links made by me.
... Although I am not exactly sure if the filter is located on the passenger or drivers side of the vehicle. If you buy the replacement filter, then just look under your car and forward of the rear axle centerline for something that looks like the new one.
To replace the filter, first bleed the system. This can be done by pulling the fuel pump relay from the underhood fuse block and try to start the car (run it until it dies if it starts). Now you can jack up the car (or put it on a lift) and locate the filter. It will be a silver (or slightly corroded) cylinder about 2" in diameter and about 3" long. It'll have a quick disconnect on the inlet and a threaded connection on the outlet (according to AllDataDIY.com
). You can purchase special quick disconnect tools to make removal even easier. Be very careful with the threaded connection. If you round off the hex on the line, you'll be screwed!
Make sure that you have the EXACT right sized wrench. I just changed the fuel filter on my Bravada and the threaded hex on the line was 5/8 standard wrench, but the hex on the fuel filter was 20mm... 20mm, not 3/4 or 13/16... freakin' 20mm. And wouldn't you know it, my tool set jumped right over 20mm.