I've been tearing my hair out over this one for a few days and I do not have any to spare! It finally occurred to me that the denizens of my favorite tool site might very well know the answer.
The simple version:
I've got an automotive, ATC-style fuse block with a number terminated wires already installed. I need to remove one of those wires and, for the life of me, I can't get the terminal to back out of the fuse block. I've tried to persuade it with a tiny flat-bladed screwdriver, but I can't get the tab(s) to release. Needless to say, I really don't want to destroy either the block or the terminal in the process.
If there's a special tool for this, I haven't been able to locate one. Since the tiny screwdriver didn't work, I'm having a hard time even visualizing what I need here.
Worse comes to worst, I'll just cut the wire and butt splice it together, but I'd rather not if I can avoid it.