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Try the fuel pump relay, and if you know for a fact that you fuel pump is functioning ok replace the fuel filter seeing there is no gas going to the injectors. Other that that I think it might be you fuel pump.
Two of the most common causes of stalling when hot are the ignition module and pickup coil. It is very difficult to diagnose a problem like that. Sometimes you have no choice but to pick one component and replace it then drive the van until you're either satisfied the problem has been resolved or it stalls again. If it stalls again replace the next component and repeat. If you have the expertise and equipment to diagnose such a problem you'll have to carry it with you and when it stalls try to get it diagnosed before the problem disappears and the van starts.
Turn off the engine and place the transmission gear selector lever in the "P" position. Depress the parking brake and open the hood.
Locate the under-hood relay center containing the fuel pump relay. It is on the right side of the engine compartment, between the brake fluid reservoir and the battery.
Remove the cover from the relay center and look at the diagram on the reverse side. Note the location of the fuel pump relay.
Remove the fuel pump relay by hand using a rocking/pulling motion
The in-tank fuel pump may not be working however I would check and make sure you have power to the pump before just replacing it.Iyou don't have power at the pump then check the inertia switch and if that's doesn't have power check to see if the fuel pump relay is powering up the pump and repair as needed
Hi..my name is Keith..and the 2 things that i know of...that will not let power go to the fuel pump is 1..the fuel pump relay being bad..or 2..that something has tripped the Inertia Switch...and it needs resetting..i hope this will help
the relay and fuse are in the power distribution box under the hood. as far a by pass you still can use an aftermarket electric pump ,however the cost will be about the same as re3moving the old pump in the tank if that is the cause in the first place. if all you need is the relay replaced then i'm sure that the pump is still good. if the pump is bad then make sure if you by pass the in tank pump that the new under hood electric pump has enough pressure to give the needed gpm(gallons per minute) required for your system and that if wired into the current fuel circuit that you dissconnect the wire harness to your tank pump