Hold coil wire and crank engine :screaming: actually, I put a good plug into the coil wire and ground to the block, ( with insulated wire tool), then crank the engine. This has actually been a long process. I have owned this van since new, changed engines and over time had repeated engine stop with tow to shops. They usually didn't find anything and it would start and do OK for a while. It has gone through 2 of my kids and the last iteration was= van running good, A/C compressior clutch seizes, kid drives it home anyway and now it is dead again. I have, through this epic process found and repaired a couple of shorts including the harness behind the battery. It has been a lawn orniment for a while. Just started bugging me enough to crank it over the other day when I had nothing else to do. It started and ran for nearly a minute then died again. Now I can crank without any fire at all. Good fuel pressure at the rail.