themickel Okay, I'm ashamed to even be writing about this problem, but I'm ready to light myself on fire and need some outside perspective.I had a possible plugged injector last week, so I pulled it. The O ring had some tearing, so I replaced it with the recommended Victor Reinz O rings (part GS33654). I thought I might as well replace all of them, so I did.Upon starting the engine back up, at least two of the injector seals were leaking, causing gas to flood outside the engine.I recall the injectors were tough to get into place with the new O rings and required a good deal of twisting and cramming.Thinking this might have torn the new rings, I pulled them and, sure enough, tearing.So I bought a NEW set. I lubricated them with a little oil so they'd slide in easier. They went in perfectly. Started the car up again and--more flooding.What am I doing wrong here? Is there a secret to inserting the injectors that I (or the dozen sources I've researched) don't know about? Is it possible that the injectors aren't the original, and therefore the replacement O rings aren't the right size? (wouldn't size be uniform for injectors, though?)I've checked the gaskets as well and they're fine. No tearing.Again, such a ridiculous problem, but I'm at my wits end. Do you see anything I'm missing?