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I don't happen to have that info but if you call any local auto parts store and ask them the same question I bet they can give you an answer faster than I could.
You need to give them your engine size though.
on the 1991 740 the fuse box is located behind the black ashtray, unless you have a 740se, in which case it can be located on the side near the door, like in the 760turbo and 780bertone turbo. good luck :)
Right way to do this is to match the post position & case size, then buy the battery with the highest cca you can afford. Don't use less than the one that's in the car now. Turbo does not require more cca than non turbo...it creates no extra drag on the engine when starting. Higher cca will help with cold starts and hot weather, generally not being "worked hard" will also extend it's life.