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A/F sensor - remove wire from clip attached to body??

Hey all,

I just purchased an 01 IS300 for a project car. I've been having some rough idle, sputtering, dying issues I'm trying to sort, and I've decided to change the bank 1 & 2 sensor 1. For the life of me I cant figure out how to remove the cable on bank 1 sensor 1 from the clip that is attached to the fender well! Its driving me nuts and I don't want to break it. Anyone know how this unclips? Its just a round clip and I thought it would just pop out from the fender well but its not wanting to budge and I'm worried it will break. Thanks in advance.

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Here is a pic of the clip im referring to. How do I unclip this???
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I figured it out. It was a push in kind of cable tie like this:


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