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Headlamp replacement 88 ford tempo

How do you change a headlamp in a ford tempo, specifically the passenger side. I figured out the top two screws, they're easy just turn the rubber pieces. However, there seems to be a screw on the bottom that is a pain to get to.
open to all suggestions, even a safe way to break it out.

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I have a 1988 tempo G.L. There four blots on the back that will let you remove the headlight.

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