I have a 2003 Dodge Caravan in which the blower motor just blew out due to melted wiring at the connection of the blower motor cable and the blower motor resistor (picture attached).
I've gotten replacement parts for the blower motor and resistor but I'm trying to unplug the connector on the left (blue wires which lead to somewhere else in the vehicle) from the resistor. It was very tight going in and now I can't get it out. I'm concerned (but not convinced) that the plastic may have melted fusing the connector to the resistor. I've tried pulling and prying it out but it won't budge. I've cut away much of the plastic from the resistor to expose the connector further but still it won't move.
Does anyone have advice on how to get this out? I'd really prefer not to cut the cables and buy a new connector for $30+.