Have Ford Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
There should be two pumps, one in the tank and one on the chassis. Did you check them both?
There should be a low-pressure high-volume pump in the tank that feeds the high-pressure high-volume pump on the chassis. To check it, take all safety precautions and then disconnect the inlet hose from the high-pressure pump. Have a helper crank the engine. If no or little fuel is coming out, then the in-tank pump is bad.
Confirm by checking for power at the Pink/Black wire at the fuel tank connector shared with the fuel sender. See attached diagram.
The two pumps are wired in parallel, so one going bad wouldn't affect the other. Are you getting power to any of the pumps? If not, follow the diagram I uploaded and check the circuit starting with the fuel pump relay - with the relay removed, you should have power on two of the four empty terminals on that socket with the engine cranking. If you do, then the next step would be to check the inertia switch located inside the cabin on the passenger side kick panel. Let me know what you find.
I don't usually work weekends - just happened to check messages and saw yours.
The inertia switch is located inside the cabin on the passenger side kick panel (see attached pic). Make sure there is current going through it.
The fuel pump relay is under the hood on the passenger side fender well (see attached graphic) - you can click here to learn how to test it.
I'll be away must of the day. I'll check on you when I return tonight.
Just got back. How is that van coming along?