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depends how long its been sitting if starts with easy start then its a fuel pump problem like the fuel has gone bad or the pump has gummed itself up ,so take it out and check that the pump still works as i suspect that its gummed up and good clean will cure it for you
Try turning the key on (but don't crank the engine) and wait about 2 minutes, then try and start the van. Anytime mine sits more than overnight, this is the only way it will start, otherwise runs fine.
Open the hood ,remove the air box for the engine but leave the mass air flow sensor on.Get some carb cleaner and spray it in the air intake tube while someone tries to start the van and if it fires and runs on the cleaner it is defanetly a fuel issue and most likely the fuel pump.If you have a fuel pressure gague you can remove the engine cover inside the van and connect to the fuel pressure port to see what u have for fuel pressure which should be between 55-65 psi to run.
What engine? When was fuel filter changed last, and have you by any chance has fuel pressure tested, preferably when no start?
Tried spraying WD-40 into intake at front of throttle body, with plate open, and then try to start.? Sounds a lot like fuel pump going but lets be sure.