Question about Cars & Trucks
Type no 22dc597/60f
A SMALL blade screwdriver (1/8" or smaller), "gently" inserted between the male and female jacket of the plug connector, where the catch protruding from the male connector through the female jacket. Gently rock the connector back and forth working the catch, (from the male connector) out of the slots, (of the female connector) of the female jacket, on both sides.It can be a little tricky the first couple times you try this, but you will get it... Good Luck.
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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