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If you have a national auto parts chain store near you (autozone, advanced auto parts, pep boys,etc etc) Have them hook up an obd2 tester to your car and see if any codes come up(they do this for free!!!). If nothing then I would check the ignition switch module inside the steering column, it may be energizing the starter motor but not sending a signal to the ecu that the car is trying to be started.
sorry i don't have books that far back but a 1993 scoupe had the filter located next to the windshield wiper motor. held on by a strap and 1 bolt there is a gas line on the top and bottom of the filter,with a banjo fitting on the ends.hopes this helps.let me know.