You can get a fuel pressure gauge at your local auto parts store for prob $20. In the event your not sure how I'll give the general idea.
Connect the gauge to the fuel port.
Relieve any pressure currently in the line by depressing the button on the gauge (let any fuel leak into an appropriate container)
Turn your ignition key to the "on" position and let the fuel pump up, but do not start the car yet. Check your gauge and get the PSI that shows. Afterward you can relieve the fuel pressure again.
I would do this at least twice.
The last time you check your fuel pressure, do a leak down test. Wait a couple mins before relieving the pressure and see how long it takes for the fuel pressure in the line to drop.
Last test, check your fuel pressure while the car is idling. Just start the car and check your fuel gauge while the car is at an idle. After doing so turn the car off. Make sure you relieve the fuel pressure before removing the gauge from the port so fuel doesn't spray in your face.
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