1990 Caravan LE 3.3 started dieing suddenly. Help?

My 1990 Caravan LE just started dieing today. The engine just shuts off. If I select Park, turn the key completely off and restart it will start right up for a bit. Then it will just shut off randomly. I can go anywhere
from 10 miles to 5 feet. Doesn't matter. The fuel pump was replaced about 5 years ago. Could it be the fuel pump relay? I purchased a new one for $12.00 but I cannot find where it goes. Both my Chiltons and Haynes manuals don't list it anywhere.
Any ideas on this? It was running warm for a few days but I just replaced the radiator and t-stat today. Temp is on the cool side now. :) Now it kills. AUGH.
-Dave
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fuel filter could be the problem. relay is another likely problem. both chap and easy to fix. should be in the power distribution center under the hood near the battery ( it is there in my ram, anway)
-Jerry
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