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The injectors have o rings on the top and bottom. Going into the rail and into the manifold. There are two fasteners on either side securing rail to manifold, one 90* ground connector on a stud, a quick disconnect (shouldn't need to disconnect). Have to carefully pry rail, although o rings have a good grip. You can disengage each injector clip and leave injectors in manifold and remove one by one once rail is out or pull rail with all injectors. Your choice. Just be careful of injector clips.