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How does ionic current controller plug come off?

Hey all, I've got an ionic current controller on bank one that I'm pretty sure needs replacing. I went ahead and bought one and am trying to swap one out for the other while doing associated maintenance. I've already changed all the coils and plugs on that side, that bank's air-delivery all torn out etc.

I've got the cover off the ionic current controller, and replacing the plate-block itself seems simple enough. But I am not figuring out how to actually unplug the wiring from the current controller. Is there a tab somewhere or some-such that releases a lock on the wiring to pull it? Don't want to brute-force trying something totally wrong and break the plug.

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Thanks for the tip; ultimately figured out the entire fastener slides out from looking at the connector in this photo: https://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/at...923_092533.jpg

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