Yes you do (below the pump really/attached to the pump). Problem with the one in the tank is that I don't think you can order/replace JUST the "sock". Maybe someone else will chime in and say otherwise.
It's hard to diagnose over the interwebz but anytime I replaced the "sock/filter" in the back is when I replaced the entire FP in the tank. So take that for what it's worth.
Tell me, when you replaced the motor, did you just move the old plugs over?
I actually have a new warlboro fuel pump kit waiting to be installed....but bare w/ me...im not that best at workin on cars so it may be a bit....i'll need some help.
ANd i hate to say it...but the plugs that were in the newer motor stayed in it. This car has been a learning process for me as far as the motor swap. I was broke when i did it so we kept the original clutch in it as well. Needless to say...about 20k later we had to put in a new clutch.
Next on my list
1) Install the new fuel pump/sock
2) New plugs if the pump/sock doesnt solve my problem.
Before my car started actin up i noticed my turbo was starting to sound like crap when cold. After it warmed up it was fine. But yesterday i noticed it was cuttn out right when i would get to boost. It cuts out pretty much right when turbo would get ready to go....could my turbo be the issue?
Once my gas tank gets a little lower i will you tube the fuel pump swap...and go from there.