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Does anybody the proper way to disconnect and connect the rear seat release cable?

I am replacing the passenger side rear cargo liner in my 2014 crosstour (yes, where the speaker is and the ONLY way to replace a broken subwoofer speaker grill).
I've disassembled everything and removed the rear seat bottom to get to that darn bolt that holds the rear shoulder bolster in.

now I need to disconnect that strange cylindrical connector for the seat back release cable. Picture below.
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pulling the clip doesn't seem to help much, the lower cable remains securely attached.

Here's what the new one looks like...
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this was helpful to get me to this point: Disconnect rear seat unlock
and so were a few other posts (thanks everybody) but now I'm stuck here. I would appreciate the help.
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