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Agree with RRToadHall You should at least get an idea of fuel rail pressure (Easiest job to do diagnostic wise on a P38) and confirm pump is ok, if its okay check the spark plugs, putting stronger concentrates of injector cleaner doesn't sound like your going to alleviate the fault. These cleaners are designed to remove tiny tiny particles of dirt to help clean up the spray pattern from the nozzle, if your car won't start there is a lot more wrong with the engine than a faulty spray pattern.
 
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