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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Tapping and prying with a small flat blade screwdriver usually works.
If that doesn't work after trying repeatedly then a large pair of wire cutters also called "Dikes" will do it.
Grab on to it with the dikes and pry it out by carefully prying against the end of the camshaft. You can put a folded up rag between the dikes and cam to keep from leaving any marks while prying.

They can get a little chewed up after removing them many times and new ones are really cheap.
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