Many times plugs and sockets have a latch that locks when they are together. A set of small screwdrivers is handy. Use one to release the latch. On a All Terrain Vehicle I had to cut the latch with a pair of sidecutters to get it to release.View attachment 233225View attachment 233226View attachment 233227Can anyone help me with the technique to separate this plug and socket combination (the white component in the attached image)?
I am very reluctant to apply any force as I don't want to damage the socket's connection to the circuit board.
Any help/advice will be much appreciated.
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