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There are 4 house that connect to the water pump on this vehicle Two come off the radiator and two that go to the heater core. The radiator hoses are larger and the heater hoses are smaller 5/8 to be exact. You have a 92 so all of the hoses must be feeling there age starthig to spilt and drying out. The trick is remove the clamp then gentle twist the hose with a large pair of pilers at the seal where its connected this will break the seal . Never try to yank the hose off dry. You can also cut an inch or so off the heater hoses if there bad at the connection point to save the hose .But hoses are cheap if it looks bad just buy new hoses its cheaper then a new engine
The fuel pump relay is part of a large relay control unit called the IRCM (intagrated relay control module)
The module is about 6"x4"x2" and has gobs of wires (large retangular connector) coming out of it, the module is mounted on a bracket under the hood that is bolted to the top of the driver's side front strut tower, this module can be self tested by a dealer to see if it is bad, they seldom fail, I am a Ford dealer tech and have only replaced 2 in 20 years, Tempo does however have a fuel pump issue..
make sure to do a fuel pressure test and the presure should stay at 35 psi even after turning ingition off the pressure must to be at least 25 to 30 psi for a few minutes, if it goes to cero or close to it, after turning ignition on then you might need a neww fuel pump installed on it
take the belt off.
disconnect the hoses connected to it.
remove the bolts holding the pump.
remove and replace the pump
be sure that you tighten up well the bolts holding the new pump
connect the hoses
put the belt on
refill the pump
turn vehicle on " keep the pump's cap off
refill as needed while turning the wheel from one side to another
" do not overfill, watch out the level marks"
tighten the pump's cap on
ready to roll