I see your problem. My '95 has a fuse box under the hood with the relays in it. For '92, it's like my '88 with the relays mounted on a rail on the left inner fender.
There are four relays shown in the diagram. Starting from the rear, they are radiator fan, automatic shutdown (ASD), starter, and fuel pump. The fuel pump is spaced a little further away than the other three to make room for the rail's mounting bolt. You need the starter and ASD relays but you might be able to swap the fuel pump and radiator fan relays. I don't know if they're the same.
Another trick is to pop the cover off the fuel pump relay, plug it back in, and watch for a tiny spark when you squeeze the contact. If there is a spark, that proves current is going to the fuel pump and it should be running. You might try wrapping a rubber band around the contact to keep the pump powered up, then bang on the tank. You will hear the pump run if that gets it going. At that point the engine should start.
Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 AT 1:11 AM