The car is an 84 308GTS QV US version. It was running well then poorly and now not at all. Replaced the fuel pump, accumulator, and filter about 18 months ago. Many other items replaced too as outlined in another post. Replaced the original injectors and seals last week as well as the WUR just before that. That all seemed to go well. The first turn started the car after a few seconds but it ran very rough. Shut it down and tried again, and again, and again. No start at all. So I found an article by Birdman about injector testing/replacement. Fast forward to the end and purging the air from the lines and injectors. To summarize: 1) Pull the AMP connector off the fuel distributor. 2) Turn the ignition switch to the first click to start the fuel pump and wait 30 seconds. 3) Push down on the flow plate for a few seconds. Now the article says to crack open the fuel lines at the injectors to let the air bleed out. What the article doesn't make clear is whether to leave the key in the on position letting the pump continue to run and at what point to crack open the fuel lines at the injectors. Do you crack them all at once and then depress the flow plate? Has anyone ever done this? I tried doing this the way the article is written but got no fuel at all when opening the lines at the injectors. NOTE: the injectors do make noise when depressing the flow plate. Thanks.