Checking the pressure is a good start. You could also check to see if the injectors are staying open on their own. This is what the manual states for checking the injectors for leaks.
1. Locate the circuit opening relay located behind the driver's side kick panel.
2. Start the truck and unplug the connector from the circuit opening relay. The engine should die within a few seconds.
3. Disconnect the fuel and vacuum hoses from the fuel rail. Unplug the injector electrical connectors, remove the bolts and remove the distribution pipe and injector assembly.
4. Wire the injectors to the distribution pipe so they don't pop off.
5. To check for injector leakage, connect the hose from the fuel filter to the inlet fitting on the distribution pipe. Using a piece of extra fuel hose and a coupler, connect the return hose to the fuel pressure regulator.
6. Place rags under the injectors. Turn the ignition to the On position and energize the fuel pump by jumping the fuel pump test connector terminals.
( I would plug the circuit opening relay back in)
7. Check for leaks.
Friday, July 6th, 2007 AT 7:01 AM