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Do you know what a starter sylonid is? it should be near the battery its round and has two or three post comeing off of it if you put your key in the ingition and turn it but don't start it and go back under the hood take a screw driver and cross the two main post on the sylonid if you van starts you need to replace that part! most likely your problem!
FIRST TURN OFF RADIO SO YOU WONT LOCK IT OUT.THEN REMOVE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE.RAISE AND SUPPORT VAN SAFELY.REMOVE THE HARD SHELL CONNECTOR AT TERMINAL S GRASP THE PLASTIC SHELL.DO NOT PULL ON THE WIRE.DISCONNECT STARTER ELECTRICAL HARNESS.REMOVE THE UPPER STARTER BOLT.SUPPORT THE STARTER AND REMOVE THE LOWER BOLT.REMOVE THE STARTER FROM VAN.THEN WHEN YOU PUT ON NEW STARTER TORQUE BOLTS TO 20 FT LBS.
Just maybe the battery and alt were good. You did test them,before replacing didn't you? How about the starter solenoid,starter or ground connections or cables with too much resistance. Do a voltage drop test, on all grounds, you can get to.