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post #1 of 6 Old 11-10-2012, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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how do you get this 20p connector apart.....

with out breaking it, its pretty snug, thanks in advance, john
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post #2 of 6 Old 11-10-2012, 02:19 PM
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Find the latch and disengage. They all latch (or lock) closed.
Wiggle the two parts to loosen and separate.

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It is a tricky one. The part that you squeeze is on the right side in the pic above the wires. The best way i have found to do it is to get some large pliers and grab latch and the small amount of plastic on the other side, and then pull the left side off from the right.

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It is a tricky one. The part that you squeeze is on the right side in the pic above the wires. The best way i have found to do it is to get some large pliers and grab latch and the small amount of plastic on the other side, and then pull the left side off from the right.
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How do you get this connector apart?

At least 25% of my bitching and complaining in the "'08-11 cowl removal" threads was due to connectors. Once you get the darned plastic off, you have to contend with these things. And you want to just start bullying them but you know you have to be so careful. A tiny flat blade screwdriver helps to gently pry and separate while experimenting with what "could be" the release.

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