Can this "filter" cause , that my car while im driving turn it off himself and after that i cant start engine few minutes? But it happens only in right curves
You can check the fuel flow by disconnecting the fuel hose from the injector rail and ask someone to crank the engine over while you catch the petrol that comes out in a small container. (Do this with a cold engine is best..
If fuel comes out then the filter isn't blocking the flow.
If the problem is intermittent, then it could be the fuel pump pickup... or maybe the crank (TDC) sensor.
If the problem happens with low fuel only, it's more likely to be the pump. If it cuts out even when you have a full tank of gas.. then it's more likely to be the TDC sensor.
When the TDC sensor packs up, you will have live coils but no sparks. (put an old spark plug on top of the meyal part of the engine, connected to one of the HT leads.. and see if it sparks when you crank the engine. No = TDC sensor.
You will also have live injectors but no injection going on. Connect a meter to one of the injector plugs and see if it "pulses" when you turn the engine. If you don't get a "pulse" it's the TDC sensor.
The trouble with TDC is that when it cools down it starts to work again..
so you need to be quick to check it. Practice the tests, then drive with the equipment and tools in the car so you can try it as soon as the car stops... or just change the sensor and see if the problem goes away.