Q: I can't find the fuel filter for my 2004 1.8 jetta

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I cannot find my fuel filter for this car

Automotive fuel filters are located either in line or in the fuel tank. If you do not see a fuel filter on the fuel lines underneath the vehicle, this would indicate that the fuel filter is located inside the fuel tank.

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