I just changed my fuel filter on the STA at 23000 miles for added safety with all the changes I'm about to make. I thought I'd mention it here for others who want to do it themselves. There are literally no special tools needed. Just make sure to wear safety glasses and have lots of rags available for the fuel that will come out. It's located on the front of the gas tank. Remove the 2 10mm nuts holding the black plastic cover over the fuel filter to get to it. There are 2 quick disconnect clips to figure out, so there's no more need for a special fuel line tool. (Thank you Ford!) The fuel line is under pressure, so either release your fuel pressure (you can pull the fuse for your fuel pump, start the car, and let it run till it dies), or just be ready for the little short pressurized squirt of fuel when you disconnect. The white clip , simply press in on the 2 tabs until it pushes to the other side. Pull the fuel line off. The clip doesn't come all the way off the line, just moves out of the way so the fuel line can come loose. The red clip was a bit trickier to understand. So I pulled out my Ford technical manuals so I didn't break it. See posted photo below for a diagram. Once you have the clip pushed back per the diagram, pull the fuel line off. Replace the fuel filter. Put the clips back on. Replace the plastic cover with the 2 nuts. You're done!