TD42 converted GU
So I'm fairly paranoid now that I've done some serious damage to the patrol After hydro locking it this afternoon. I Was messing around with the injectors today to see what was involved in changing them to the rb25det injectors that I purchased for my turbo conversion, anyway after I Removed #1 injector I sat it on the bench then got sidetracked for a while. Later I returned to put everything back together and I noticed that there was some fuel dripping from to the fuel rail into the injector orifice, of course I didn't think anything of it at the time so I put everything back together and went to move the patrol out of the drive way, turned the key and it started for about half a second and stopped, I though no biggie sometimes it takes 2 goes to catch, turned the key a second time and it locked up straight away, that's when It clicked that the cylinder must have filled up with fuel when I had the injector out. After pumping the fuel out of the cyl she seemed to start and run fine but I'm worried I may have bent a conrod as I've heard stories of people bending rods just by turning the key with a locked cylinder, and I know the tb rods aren't the strongest to begin with. Not to mention I've got a trip to Fraser looming in October so I wouldn't have enough time to start tearing down the engine. I'm after some opinions on the likely hood that I've done some major damage.