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Fuel pump is located inside the gas tank. Fuel filter is located somewhere between the tank and the engine.

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The fuel pressure regulator on the 97 is located close to the fuel rail. Can't remember exact location, but if you are standing in front of the car looking at the engine, the pressure regulator is on the left hand side of the fuel rail.

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