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Solenoid-alternator connection 1998 Chevy Camaro 3.8L

I am trying to replace the alternator on 1998 Chevy Camaro 3.8L, but I am having trouble disconnecting the solenoid from the alternator. Can I simply pull it off, or is there some kind of latch that I need to release first?

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Latch on backside of plug

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