'99 Buick Century - How to disassemble 'steering column bulkhead connector'

I'm replacing the turn signal/cruise control switch in my wife's Century. I'm down to where I unplug the two connectors (1 gray, 1 black) from what's called, in the Alldata procedure (and I assume also
in the GM FSM, which I don't have), the 'steering column bulkhead connector'. It says to remove the bulkhead connector from the vehicle wire harness before removing the two connectors for the turn signal switch from the bulkhead connector.
I cannot find instructions on alldata on how to "remove the steering column bulkhead connector from the vehicle wiring harness" - perhaps the FSM has such instructions, but if so, alldata left them out. I see the "bulkhead connector" at the base of the steering column, which appears to be an assembly of a conglomeration of connectors (whose idea was that!!), but have not figured out the 'keys' to get it to come apart or to remove it from the vehicle harness. I did see a blue "connector position assurance" device stuck in the side of the bulkhead connector assembly, and easily pulled that out. What do I do to get the thing apart and demate the two turn signal/cruise control switch connectors so I can finish replacing the turn signal/cruise control switch?
Would appreciate instructions or a link to same.
Thanks!!
Bill Putney (To reply by e-mail, replace the last letter of the alphabet in my address with the letter 'x')
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Bill Putney wrote

If this is the same connector I'm thinking about, if you haven't already unbolted the center bolt that holds the connector together, do so. Then the connectors that you want to remove will be sitting on either side of the main connector, you have to pry each one out a bit and then slide it out of the connector. Sorry, poor instructions, but if you just take a close look at it, you should see how those items come out of there.
Ian
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shiden_kai wrote:

After reading your post, I went out and saw that you are correct. One of those things that once you see it is almost obvious. I had to push the wires apart to see the head of the screw, but it is there.
Thanks!
Bill Putney (To reply by e-mail, replace the last letter of the alphabet in my address with the letter 'x')
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Bill Putney wrote:

No problem, glad my "clear as mud" memories were helpful.
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