I don't believe there to be a fuel filter. Those have been disoncontinued years ago amongst common vehicles. On the bottom of the fuel pump is a fuel strainer. To change the pump, most likely need to drop the tank.
Thank you T Rax for that info. In my younger years I have replaced a lot of those bronze filters in fuel lines.
They would get clogged often. Then I installed a bigger see-through filter by cutting the fuel line. That solved the clogging problem. Not only that one time my Chevy Nova would not start. All I had to do was open the hodd and saw there was no fuel flowing through the filter. Instantly I knew the fuel pump had gone bad. I called the dealer to come tow my car and change the fuel pump. The man on phone was shocked how I knew the fuel pump had gone bad. 60,000 miles did it I told him and blah blah.