Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If the plug appears melted, likely you will need to at least partially destroy it to get it off. Sometimes a little wd40 will help. Make sure you draw a picture of where the wires go so if you do damage it you can still attach the wires without the plug. If you need to do that use heat shrink tubing or tape around each connector to prevent any possibility of a short to ground.
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