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I will be replacing my spark plugs in a little while so I went to check a few things out. I tried to remove the connectors off the coil packs but they seem solidly attached. I slid the tab back to unlock the connector but they won't budge. Should I spray them with WD40 or some other product to see if that helps? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Thanks for the reply Mrsig. I was sliding back the clip and pressing it down like the 1st video but I think it was just stuck on after almost 5 year. I put on some gloves to get a better grip and that did the trick. Thanks for your help. They were really on there tight, they seemed clean once removed though. Thanks again.
 

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Yep dirt mud all ways gets on the connectors any where on our Jeeps. Try to replace a 12 year old front wheel sensor that the connector is coated with it and try not to break it.... Oh boy!
 

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WD40 won't hurt anything if you chose to use it. In fact it will aid in cleaning the parts as you take them apart.
 
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