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I had a similar problem. Turned out it was a bad fuel rail pressure sensor. Thew a OBD-II Code P0193. Bought a new sensor and installed it in about an hour. Easy. $40. Depressurize the fuel system first by disconnecting the switch under the jack cover in the rear of the van.
Remove the fuel pump relay then try to start vehicle, this will relieve presure in line. Some fuel will still leak out when you remoe filter. Have a pan to catch the gas, also the filter will be ful of gas.
No tune up required until 100,000 miles. If you are at that mileage change the spark plugs. Change the fuel and air filters. Inpect the brakes, exhaust system and suspension. Change the brake fluid and transmission fluid. Change the engine coolant.