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Car stopped running abruptly. Won't start. Good

I have a 1989 Pontiac 6000 w/2.8 L engine. The car stopped running abruptly. Won't start. Good spark. Good fuel pressure. I have removed and cleaned the injectors. Fuel is not getting to the cylenders.

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