I was able to figure it out. Thanks for the video's however they didn't really apply. The "tang" on these connectors is part of the plastic connector body. If you are looking into the front of the connector, run your pick tool, (little tiny screwdriver) along the topside of the terminal and when you feel it make contact, gently pry up while gently pushing in. The object is to pry the tang, up and away from the terminal and slide the tool under the tang. Once properly released, while leaving the tool in place you can pull the wire out. If I get some time this weekend I'll attempt to make a video of the process...
The connector bodies are numbered so you can notate the position of the wires for re-assembly i also took several pictures...Now I've got to get busy and paint the bars and risers so I can get them installed!
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