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#2 fuel injector not working

I just replaced all four of the fuel injectors myself (#1 was not working)
Before putting the fuel rail back on the engine, I verified allinjectors were working ( observed sprey) . After I reassembled everything the car ran smooth and drove it a few miles at 50 - 55 mph and it ran great.
A few days later I drove it on the highway 65mph for approx 15 miles and started running rough again. A mechanic looked at it and told me the #2 was not working.
How do I check if it is the injector or not getting a signal?

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Check small o-ring on #2 injector

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There is a little tester calles a NOID, it plugs into the harness connector to the fuel injector and flashes if there is a signal, they only cost a few dollars.

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