The fuel pump is located under the driver side back seat. You will probably find that it is easier to have both back seats out of the car in order to flip the carpet forward out of the way while you work. Also, it gives you an opportunity to clean while you have the tools out anyway.
Remove at least the driver side rear seat and flip the carpet forward out of the way.
Step 1: Accessing the Top of the Pump
There is a short run of wire harness between the cover and the top of the pump. Press the connector catch by squeezing with your thumb and gently wiggle and pull the connector off of the top of the pump. The wire was too short to put my hand on it and show you how to do this, so the description will have to suffice.
Once the wire is disconnected, you can easily set the cover to the side.
Step 2: The Invisible Fuel Line Clip
Simply use a small flat head screw driver to gently pry the clip out.
Note: The clip has a little spring to it and it will shoot when it finally lets go. Push a rag into the surrounding area so that you don't lose the clip.
Step 3: Back Pressure Will Push Fuel Out the Top
With the retaining ring loose, it is time to remove the fuel line - pull straight up gently.
My retaining ring did not fit through the hole. I simply moved it to what is the bottom right corner in this photo and let it rest on top of the tank. Next, lift the pump assembly out, being careful not to damage the attached hose, float and filter sock.
I couldn't do this and shoot a photo, so please look at the next step to see what it is you are extracting before you begin.
Step 4: The Pump Assembly
After turning the assembly so that it rests on its top, I used a small flat head screwdriver to loosen the clips on the cap holding the filter sock. This is all fairly brittle, be gentle. Do not bend or otherwise upset the float, this is your gas gage.
Step 5: Removing the Assembly Top
Step 6: Removing the Pump
Step 7: Final - Match New Part and Position Then Re-assemble
Note: My replacement filter sock had a round elbow instead of a flat elbow. I used side cutters to clip out material and make room for the new filter. This also made a tight fit when placing the pump back in the car. Everything works great in my case. Reverse this process to finish the job.