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PCM connector removal

I have a 2005 6.0 Powerstroke F350 and I noticed that my intake air temperature #1 (IAT1) sensor was always reporting 4.97 volts--or about 58 deg F (P0113 DTC thrown). It looked like either the sensor had failed or the wiring had opened. I replaced the mass air flow sensor (MAF) in which IAT1 is housed. No difference. So I wanted to check the wiring--which comes from the PCM. However, I can't figure out how to remove the connectors on the PCM. There is a lever which you can pull that backs the connector out a bit, but I don't see how to complete the connector removal. What am I missing?
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u have the battery out ?

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make sure you flip the lever back all the way it helps eject the connector then just wiggle if need be ( the connector not yourself )


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Thanks. The picture helps. I did take the battery out and moved the levers as far as I could. Don't remember if they got as far as what you show. I had wiggled like crazy but was afraid there was some other restraining device and didn't want to break it.

Is it more effective to wiggle side-to-side or up-and-down? Should I do this by hand or would some leverage help (or break) it?
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