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Trying to remove headlight assembly to change turn signal bulb on

2001 PT Cruiser, can get to one torx screw ( outer) but cannot seem to get inner one to accept any size driver in recessed hole on bottom of headlight assembly?

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You need to take off front bumper to get the bottom bolt

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