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Lots of things on cars these days are held in place by grommets and some are rather tight and need a firm pressure to fit or remove. Often the application of a rubber-friendly lubricant to both the male and female parts can ease fitting considerably. Something like soft soap or detergent will soon disappear but a silicone lubricant can remain considerably longer and aid future dismantling.
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