FUEL PUMP RELAY LOCATION Located in the Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM) at the LH side of engine compartment, near strut tower.
John is correct, the PCM and Fuel pump relays are incorporated as part of the CCRM, Constant Control Relay Module. It is located at the LF strut area and has a 24pin connector on it.
PURPOSE The Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM) interfaces with the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to provide control of the cooling fan, A/C clutch, and fuel pump. The module includes the Electronic Engine Control (EEC) power relay to provide power to the PCM.These relays are contained in one housing, resulting in longer service life and reduced wiring requirements for operation.CONSTRUCTION The CCRM has one 24-pin connector. Relays contained in the housing are independent of one another. OPERATION The relays contained within the CCRM are interdependent and work with each other. The following describes the different relay functions within the CCRM:EEC Power Relay For any other circuit in the CCRM to operate, this circuit must be powered up. This prevents actuators from being turned on without the EEC system having control over them.Fuel Pump Relay The fuel pump relay circuit controls the fuel pump. The PCM provides the ground circuit for the primary side of the relay. The secondary side supplies Battery Voltage (B+) to the fuel pump itself.Electro-Drive Fan Relay The Electro-Drive Fan (EDF) relay controls the electric cooling fan. The primary control circuit of the EDF relay is normally high (B+). In this state the low speed cooling fan runs continuously. The PCM grounds this circuit, pulling it low near zero volts, to turn the fan off. This "fail safe" is built into the EDF circuit to run the fan anytime the EEC power relay is activated if the PCM should fail open circuit. Wide Open Throttle A/C Control Relay This circuit controls the A/C compressor clutch during normal operation. This circuit also disengages the A/C clutch as commanded by the PCM during Wide Open Throttle (WOT) conditions. This solid state relay has two control circuits. One is used to engage the A/C clutch upon demand from the vehicle operator and the A/C cycling pressure switch. The other control is used to disengage the clutch upon command from the PCM.Power Ground This circuit provides the CCRM with a ground source for operating various controls. The circuit uses one pin that goes to the battery negative terminal.
Same location, here is a new picture diagram, specifically showing 2.3 L.