Open trunk. Pop off back panel. Disconnect fuel pump. (plug with 2 wires)
Start car, stall. Start car, stall. Start again, Stall a third time.
Jack up car on FRONT driver's side. You need the jack stands over there so you can work on the filter in the rear. Get under the fuel tank and there's two SOFT lines from the tank that leads to the hard lines. Get a needle nose vice grip and clamp the one that does a 90 degree bend and is like 3 to 4 inches long.
Now your line is clamped. Get a 14mm flare nut wrench, and a large adjustable wrench. Don some gloves that don't melt (neoprene?) with fuel (latex melts) and undo the front side (exit) first.
Put a catch basin under you, you will be leaking fuel and it eats driveways.
Unbolt filter from bracket.
Pull the filter down slightly. Undo intake side. Remove filter and put in intake side down in a cup so you can see the crap come out of it.
Install new filter on oulet side first. It's a pain to torque down, it feels like you are cross threading it. It gets REAL hard in the middle then gets easy. Very carefully thread the filter on and make sure you really aren't cross threading it. Torque it. Mount it back in bracket.
Connect intake side. Torque.
Unclamp fuel line, reconnect fuel pump, re attach back panel. Lower car.
Get in, start, check for leaks at the filter, and the line you clamped. Empty catch basin in neighbors yard LOL
kidding. If no leaks, drive car around, get some RPMS in there, stop and check again. If no leaks, You're done.
Check cup to see the crud that came out of your filter. Mine looked like a cup of arab coffee. For those that aren't familiar with it, it's got a black silty mud on the bottom you're not supposed to drink.
That should be it. It's a crap job, I hated it, but it's very possible to do.