How do you remove a fuel injector?

How to Replace Fuel Injectors
  1. The metal rod over the fuel injectors is the fuel rail.
  2. Make sure the engine is cold enough to touch.
  3. Remove plastic engine covers using appropriate socket.
  4. Use pliers to disconnect the electrical connector on each injector.
  5. Lift the fuel rail off of the intake manifold, bringing the injectors with it.
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