The filter should be located under the body, left side, in front of the rear wheel. You will need a standard screw driver and a couple of rags. If it has not been running the fuel lines may not still be pressurized but you might want to releive pressure by opening the schrader valve on the fuel rail on the intake manifold. Then crawl under and remove the white plastic retaining clips in either end of the filter paying close attention to how they are installed so that you can put the new clips in properly. Once these are off carefully pull the fuel lines off the filter, loosen the hose clamp and remove the old filter. There will likely be fuel in the filter and lines that will spill, thus the need for the rags. Whatch out for your eyes, wear safety glasses!
Next you are ready to install the new filter. Snap the new retaining clips into the fule line fittings, put the filter in place in the proper direction, tighten the hose clamp and carefully, smoothly push the fuel lines back on until they snap into place.