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They make a special tool for that job. i know that sound nut but they do. some foreign auto parts store maybe able to help, i use to be bap import parts, look up foreignautoparts, city and state, zip.

look into it, it maybe dealer tool
you could look and ask the local auto part store, tool shack, sears tools may have it tool truck also have it.

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