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Bose Spare Tire Subwoofer Unit Disconnection?

Has someone disconnected the Bose subwoofer connector in the trunk to remove the unit? I don't want to break the connector, but can't seem to disconnect it. Without removing the

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Old 03-07-2009, 04:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has someone disconnected the Bose subwoofer connector in the trunk to remove the unit? I don't want to break the connector, but can't seem to disconnect it. Without removing the connector it is pain to remove the spare tire to check its air pressure. Thanks.
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Did you squeeze the release tab and tug? Just don't pull by the wires and you should be fine. It shouldn't be that hard to unplug the harness... I can only imagine what it would be like in the event someone needs the spare.
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how big is the subwoofer? and can you put a different sub in there to replace it? thnkyou
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