Re: Wire terminal removal
Are you trying to get the two connectors (engine harness and front light harness) on the engine side of the fire wall off the fuse box? If so there is a screw in the center that holds the two on. It actually only screws through the engine harness, but the front light harness clips into it, making it one unit for removal and assembly.
Or are you trying to replace only the dash harness and reuse your fuse box? If so, the terminals in the fuse block are blades, with a slot cut into the middle so they will flex for removal. I have a couple laying around that I can photograph, but if you look close at them you should see the slot. Then you go into the well on the block with a really thin small screwdriver (like a jewlery screwdriver) and flex the clip to get it out. You need to go in on the narrow sides of the terminal, not the flat wide sides.
See if I can explain with crude computer graphics. If this ! is the terminal seen from the end, with the slot being the space between the top and period, you need to lift on it like this:
69 'vert project big block/TKO 600 RR
68 'vert driver RS clone -- gone!