That's what I think. Maybe my SES light turned on because of the low fuel pressure sensor. So as they started to diagnose the problem, they found the leaking fuel injectors, which lead to the new cylinder head, injectors and valves.
But wouldn't the fault code come back as a bad fuel pressure sensor and just replace the sensor? All of this work that was performed in the last 2.5 weeks to my car just because of a bad pressure sensor.
Don't know how to take all of this in. The tech told me that the total cost to fix my problem was over $11,000. That's quite allot if it was only the fuel pressure sensor.
I just hope I don't have anymore issues with this car, otherwise I will consider selling it and taking a loss.