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Sounds strange that "no crank" after just changing EGR valve...go back to basics...check the battery post connections, all of your lights can still work with a dirty connection...the starter requires a lot more juice to crank...Hope this helps.
Although I could not find those specific codes, the grouping centers on various faults to the oxygen sensor, which was my first guess when I read about the high NOX levels. My local Advance Auto stocks the Denso direct fit oxygen sensor (Part No. 234-4004) for the 3.3 liter V-6 for $50.
I think he meant "EGR" (exhaust gas recirculation). But unless your van is running pretty bad, I doubt that's the problem. And that not-so-bad reading would suggest a more minor problem. IF (in caps) you are NOT behind on basics like dirty air or fuel filters, then a new pcv valve and fresh oil in the crankase would probably get you thru.