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"Popping" out the headlight module

I need help getting the headlight module out in order to replace a headlight bulb. I think there's a trick but I haven't quite figured it out.
Help me plz!
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

CAUTION
Halogen bulbs contain gas which is under
pressure. Handling the bulbs incorrectly could cause it to shatter into flying
glass fragments. Do NOT leave the light switch ON. Always allow the bulb to cool
before removal. Handle the bulb only by the base; avoid touching the glass
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  2. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  3. Remove the 2 screws securing the headlight module to the radiator closure
    panel.
  4. Pull out the headlight module from the vehicle.





    Fig. 1: Using a Torxhead screwdriver, remove the 2 headlight
    module retaining screws
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    Fig. 2: Pull the headlight module straight out of the front of
    the vehicle to remove the bulbs
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    Fig. 3: Disconnect the wiring harness for the headlight bulb
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    Fig. 4: Turn the light bulb retaining ring counterclockwise,
    and remove it from the back of the module
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    Fig. 5: Pull the light bulb out from behind the module. Never
    touch the glass of the light bulb
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    Fig. 6: Remove the headlight sealing cover(s)
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    Fig. 7: Remove the attaching spring and pull out the bulb
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