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It is in the front seating area, driver side, behind dash, upper corner, mounted on dash with support brackets. I don't think the computer would fix your problem. Does the fuel pump quit running when you remove the relay? It sounds more like a wiring problem, like a wire that should be getting ignition battery, (going to the fuel pump), is getting constant battery. I would check the wiring for the fuel pump relay.
If your pump is continuing to run with no regard to the key position your fuel pump relay has failed in the on position. This happens when the secondary contacts fuse together and leave the relay stuck in the on position.
Replace fuel pump relay and your problem should stop.
In the underhood power distribution box, the fuel pump relay is the same as the a/c relay swap the two and see if your pump starts to run, if so replace it, if not check power at the pump connector located on top of fuel tank, if it has power and the pump does not run then the pump is bad, remember when testing for power the fuel pump only runs for about 3 seconds when you turn on the key, after that you have to crank the engine, hope this helps, let me know