My '87 n/a-to-turbo (86 turbo engine) is not running right. I've looked at everything I can think of besides the injectors. I've now removed my injectors from the manifold to replace all of the injector seals as I noticed some were leaking. I decided to pressurize the rail after I had the injectors pulled from the manifold, and I see that some of them leak gas either out the bottom or out somewhere near the top. The ones that are leaking internally like that I'll probably have rebuilt, as I can have that done for $25 each. But for the ones that aren't leaking internally, is there any way to test them to see if they are spraying correctly? Right now the injectors are still attached to the fuel rail. I thought that if I connected the electrical connector to the injectors one at a time, connected the fpr, and turned the motor over that I would see them spray (into a plastic bottle, not all over my engine, I'm not *quite* that stupid). None of them spray when I do this, so I assume this is not a way you can test this. Does anyone know a way to test them that works and won't cost me too much money? Thanks.