Correct answer. It is under the hood but it is on the right-hand side and attached to a bracket which itself is mounted on the heater blower motor. The fuse box on this car is under the dash just above your left knee. The box on the left hand side referred to above is the relay centre with two relays, fuel pump and EEC plus a protection diode.
The 1991 crown Victoria has several relays group in a relay center loacated under the hood near the master brake cylinder. In this relay center its the air conditioning WOT cutout relay, fuel pump, PCM power relay, and PCM power diode. P.S. defective relays must be replace as a unit.
Yes, they are identical
For a 1991 Ford Crown Victoria : " regular " unleaded , 87 octane
In the gas tank.
In a 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria ( 5.0 / 302 and 5.8 / 351 ) Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator , it connects to a housing on the front of the intake manifold . The engine cooling thermostat is inside the housing
Yes, both model years are AOD transmissions.
10 degrees advance
According to my Chilton's book : For a 1991 Ford Crown Victoria ( 5.0 / 302 and 5.8 / 351 ) With engine oil filter change ( 5.0 U.S. quarts )
Often in the owners manual is where i found the one for my 1991 Crown vic. Hope you have your manual?
where is the fuel pump relay for a 1991 Honda accord located
The best is to buy a new one.