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Old 19 Aug 2012, 06:32 pm
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Trying to get this sucker off... don't want to break it. Does anyone know how? it's to the left of the coolant overflow filler tube..it's got a red tab on it..

really appreciate any help

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sorry I can't get the picture to show up in the post.. please see link, to see the picture.. please?
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Old 19 Aug 2012, 06:54 pm
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Default Re: trying to remove an electrical connector.. but how

The red tab slides towards the wires, then you can press the conntector and slide off
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Red part is a lock. Move it back away from the body of the connector. Once that's been done, press down on the lever thingy below the red part.
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Thank you... both of you. You both helped us!
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Those red locks SUCK. When connector gets a few years old, and is brittle, causes connector to break. Remove everyone you see and smash with hammer for good measure.

They're there to prevent owners from removing connector- If connector is under intake manifold (like some V-6's), they leave them off-
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