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1998 Grand Marquis headlight replacement

They appear to be installed with a round plastic nut with slots the nut.

What tool do I use? Is this a special tool?

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You don't need to remove those nuts, you need to pull the clip that's between the nut and the metal of the body up, and it takes quite a bit of force.

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