Access to Brake Lines under Hydraulic Assembly in Chrysler's TC by Maserati Posted March 11, 2018 Are there any tips to removing the electrical connectors to the hydraulic assembly? Due to age, the connectors are not very pliable and seem somewhat hardened. I'm concerned about breakage. A lot of the connectors are further secured by a metal clip (each different) and its not obvious how to release it so that it can be unplugged w/o damage. Some connections are barely visible -- Do those get unplugged "after" the assembly is unbolted from mounting nuts so you have access? Per the shop manual, it identified the main valve connector and pump/motor connector as ones with spring clip. Where exactly does the clip get pressed? For the main hydraulic assembly (figure 11), the manual states to "just pull to unplug", but I can see a metal restraining clip on the connector body (harness side). How is it really removed? As for the pressure switch it does have a "interlocking edges" molded into the connector body on both sides (hydraulic assembly side of connector), so some kind of releasing force needs to be applied so it unlocks/releases. Again, with the connector body on the harness side being so stiff/hard (non-pliable), what's a good way of removal? In general, is there anything that can be applied or sprayed on the connectors to make them more pliable?