To end this thread I am answering my own question and posting duplicate information from my 'No Fuel/won't start thread' in hopes of helping others.
On the 1993 Legacy the Fuel Pump Relay is a chore to get to but here's where it is:
On the drivers side kick panel above the fuse and relay box.
It is right beside another realy I think is for the ignition? Remove the dash/knee panel beneath the steering wheel for access. Do some yoga to losten up your joints and then crawl under the dash and remove the two bolts that hold the fuse/relay box in place so you can move it out of the way for better access. I even unclipped some of the wire harness from the fuse panel and cut a zip tie to loosen some wiring. High up (about 3 inches above the fuse/relay panel) on the kick panel is a brown plug and a green plug side by side. The green plug goes into the Fuel Pump Relay.
The relay simply clips into the metal harness so you can unclip it by pulling it out sideways (toward the floor of the car). It is then easier to unclip the wiring harness.
The replacement relay I purchased was NAPA part number AR355 (or V08346). Cost was about $24.00.
The factory part is a 12V, 22A cylindrical relay with the number 056700-5260 on it; as well as number 11M25. Not sure what they mean butit may help you get the right part ahead of time.