Yup, my owner's manual says to change the fuel filter in my 2009 Pontiac G3 wave at 120 000 km. It has 140 000 kms on it. It began feeling like it needed a fuel filter several months ago. My check engine code (lean burn) confirms the lack of fuel reaching the engine. No air leaks, MAF sensors ok, too. So I try to get it changed.
Apparently you cannot get just a fuel filter for a 2009 Pontiac G3 wave; you have to buy the whole fuel pump assembly.
So you have a filter than needs changing on a scheduled maintenance plan, and you can't change it without buying a new $400 fuel pump.
How f*cked up is that GM?