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How to take the connecter plug off do you push down on it then pull it or how do you do it

How do you take off the connecter plug off the crankshaft position sensor on a 2003 altima it is very hard

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It is very hard!!! get some needle nose pliers or a seal pick to disengage the lock on the plug and then pull the plug loose with a small pair of pliers .
the little lock is the hardest part. it must be moved sideways across the connector prior to releasing the connector.

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  2. Remove crankshaft position sensor retaining bolt Crankshaft Position Sensor
  3. Pull crankshaft position sensor straight up out of the transaxle housing.
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