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      03-24-2013, 11:40 AM   #165
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Originally Posted by alexwhittemore View Post
I don't have a picture, but they have a metal flange that springs out to catch a cutout on the plastic housing. Push down on the exposed metal on the side of the connector housing for the pin you want, and pull back. Like a normal backpack buckle without convenient handles.
Do you need a lot of force to push the metal flange down so it doesn't catch? I feel like it should be easy to push the metal tabs in like the pins I changed in the trunk. I was pretty much doing what you described so maybe I just need to work at it a bit more.