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    Electrical Connectors...Quick way to disconnect

    I am not sure if this should be here or the how to section but, the electrical connectors, three of them on the CDI/Electronics Box on the 2000 GPR are a bitch to disconnect to remove the stinger to et at the carbs, is there a quick way, a method, to getting them out in one shot, or perhaps a tool? I'm hacking mine to bits with a screwdriver to get em off, and I know there has to be a better way.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    should just depress the tab and they come apart ....Just have clean hands to start ? they might also have zip ties all over clip them to give some play

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    There are clips that hold them in. You have the coil box out, just turn it up so you can see the connections better, i use a straight end pick (pointed) and use it to push the tab and then rotate the pick so it pulls the connection apart. It doesn't take much effort so go easy.

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    That pick idea sounds great...I'll give that a try next time around. One of my clips is totally shot though, from screw drivers trying to remove it!

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    You might take a small zip tie and secure it.

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