Can anyone help me figure out how to disconnect this yellow connector underneath the drivers/passenger front seats?
I slid the red part to the left but after that I honestly didn't want to play with it too much so figured I'd see if I can get some help instead of messing it up potentially.
Do any of you know how to properly disconnect this connector? I do not want to break it. I have a theory that it is something to do with the tab that I have pointed to in the second picture. This is the connector for the blind spot module (located in the rear bumper fascia).
Thanks for your help!
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