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I don't know if it's like the one at Harbor Freight, but I use a generic windshield trim tool I bought at Sacramento Mustang (had a credit once and couldn't find anything else to get *LOL*).

It's not perfect, but it's the best thing I've found so far.
 
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I've used it, it's not easy, but it does work better than trying to use a screwdriver and not damage anything. Just my .02
 

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I gently eased mine off, without damaging it at all, by prying genly with a screwdriver and a stiff-bladed putty knife. Once you get it started in seems to come off pretty easily.
I think it helped avoid damage by prying as close to the clips as possible. As you pry it up, you will be able to see the location of the clips pretty well. Go slowly and you should be okay.
 
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