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under the hood right of center. above and to the left of the battery. there is a black plastic box about 6x6 in. it has a pop off cover. on the inside of the cover there should be a diagram showing you which of the 2 relays is the fuel pump relay.
look in the engine compartment, look for the +battery cable, usually red, follow it to a black plastic box. it should be very close to the battery, take the top of the plastic case off, there should be lots of fuses and relays inside.
Most of them ,you squeeze the bulk head ,the connector and pull,and wiggle them off,but they still use the ones it takes a tool to remove the lines,they are not expensive,and are available at the parts store,if they are plastic,then they more than likely squeeze to remove,but still are difficult to remove
Replace the FUEL PUMP RELAY. Its located in the under hood relay center. This relay primes the pump with the key on, about 2 seconds, then the pump will not run until the engine has oil pressure, then the fuel pump is energized.
DO'ES THE VAN TURN OVER ? DO'ES THE VAN HAVE THE FUEL PUMP RUN LONG ENOUGH TO BUILD FUEL PRESSURE?IF YOUR FUEL PUMP AND STARTER ARE WORKING THEN CHECK FOR FIRE TO THE PLUGS. YOU MAY NEED TO GET THE CODES READ TO FIND THE PROBLEM IF YOU HAVE FUEL AND FIRE.ONCE YOU GET THE STORED CODES,REPLACE THE SENDER THAT CAUSED THE CODE OR REPAIR THE WIREING TO IT.