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Just a heads up: there is both a fuel pump relay AND a pump fuse, both are in the power distribution box. A relay is not a fuse, but a power switching device. The internal switch (called the coil side of relay) will let power pass through the relay when the coil (the "switch") is activated.
Look for locations on the underside of the fuse/relay block cover-this is the Power Distribution Center. Also, your owner's manual will show relay and fuse locations. Still no help? Ask at a dealer, a parts person should be able to get a copy of fuse/relay locations for your '95.
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