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You could try....

A rubber mallet around the base with light taps or a dead blow hammer. I would at least coat with penetrating oil to help break up the seal between the two parts.

I did not have this problem as my car is out west. I use to live in MI and completely understand where you are coming from. Just like taking a rotor off a car when re-doing the breaks.... it just needs constant persuasion and eventually it will come off.

Best of luck.

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