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Unread 12-29-2018, 01:24 PM   #1
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Default How do I get these (push?) connectors off?

Trying to take the EVAP cannister out of my 2007 4Runner to test for leaks and I can't figure out the "proper" way to take these off. I tried some prying, but didn't get far until I felt like I'd be breaking plastic to get these off. How do I take these off without wrecking them?

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I have not done this, but did you check the service manual?

With these special components I have found the service manual to be useful for tips on how to disconnect or disassemble items.
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