From the factory, the fuel filter would be in the Q-jet carb. You have to disconnect the fuel line at the carb and remove that housing on the carb. Filter is inside.
Carb.? On the inlet fuel line to the carb.
Usually where the fuel line connects to the carb. The filter is actually in the carb body when you loosen the bigger nut.
I fuel injection its underneath near fuel tank, if carb it doesnt have one however depends on the carb type, it may have gauze filter in inlet on carb.
If it has a carb. on the inlet fuel line to carb.
If it has a carb.- - at the inlet fuel line of the carb.
The only factory equipped fuel filter on a 69 is in the carb. Remove the fuel line from the carb. Then remove the front piece on the carb.....takes a fairly big wrench or crescent. The fuel filter is mounted inside.
Weber makes an aftermarket filter for the weber carb,and K&N makes an aftermarket air filter for the stock carb
If carb. should be located in the fuel inlet line of the carb
Disconnect the fuel line from the carb with a 5/8" line wrench then unthread the fitting in the carb with a 1" wrench. The fuel filter is inside that fitting. Take note how the filter and spring are assembled into the carb for reassembly.
Located on the carb. Remove the air cleaner and between the ignition coil & the distributor you will see the fuel line going to the carb. Between the rubber line & the carb is the filter (screws into the carb). Two options, long & short filter.
on a carb engine the fuel filter is on the front of the carb. follow the 3.8 line from the fuel pump (lower pass side) it will come up to the carb and there will be a 5/8" threaded end on it. loosen the tube nut and threaded into the carb there will be a 1" fitting loosen and remove it from the carb and along with asmall amount of fuel the filter will fall out.