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In the 1995 version it was located in the fuel tank. There's a removable plate on the top of the tank that the fuel line comes from - remove that and the pump comes with it. 1990 could be different, trace the fuel line back from the carby. If you don't see a pump anywhere then it's in the tank.
you'll have to drop your fuel tank most likely. best to buy a chilton or a haynes manual for that unless your pretty mechanically inclined. usually there are fuel lines, at least one wire plug, and at least 2 straps that have to be undone before lowering it completely.
The pump is mounted inside the tank, you will either have to remove the tank or check to see if there is an access plate on the rear floor of the van above the fuel tank.
On those models the pump and sender unit are all in one. Check on Rockauto dot com for a price, their prices are generally very good.
what you need to do is buy a syphon hose that you push into fuel tank drain tank out they sell the crank stle based like a fishing rod as for your problem i would check the line from your gas tank to your emmission canister that it is not restricted if okay check fuel pump it could be heating internaly when fuel is lower than the pump housing when fuel is above pump keeps it alot cooler