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#13: 02-28-2013, 06:50 AM
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If you heat the plug/clip area a bit with a hair dryer, or a heat gun on a lower setting so it doesn't melt the plastic bits, that will also heat any imbedded grease or oil, and make it easier to 1) compress the clip and 2) slide the plug off the connection.

It's a PITA location, but the heat does help going off and putting back on.
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