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The battery only assist at the car start up, after that the alternator has to take over supplying the voltage needed for the car to run, and recharge the car battery.
If the car start and shuts down the the issue is with your alternator and you need to replace it.
If the vehicle stalls when you pull the battery cable loose from the battery the alternator can not be good because the car would stay running. You have an issue with the charging system, Possible voltage regulator which is in the alternator. Have the alternator taken of the van and tested a the parts house.
First off, add a new ground wire from the engine to the body just for
the hell of it. Now clean all the battery cable connetors aat all point
and add WD40 afterwards. Also check connectors from dash panel to
engine circuits. This is real suspect. WD 40 them also