This is how I have figured out how to do it.
Get a semi fine tip, straight bladed screwdriver.
The lens starts to come out at the "bottom". Gently insert the tip between the clear lens and the white outer base at the bottom. Start at one end, about where the curved lens starts going straight.
Gently twist the screwdriver and it will apply slight pressure to compress the lens a little. Gently drag the screwdriver back a little. This will get one side, just started to come out. You only moved it about 1/16". How much twist and the width of the blade is TBD as you go. It needs to be enough to compress the lens about 1/2 the height of the bottom wedge locking tab. You do not want to fully compress the full height of the wedge tab all at once on one end, as it might crack.
Tongue light bottom
Then go to the other side and do the same, insert screw driver and twist and pull step.
The lens then is starting to come out. With 2 thumbs and fingers, squeeze the lens top and bottom to help it compress a little more while rotating outward at the bottom. The top of the lens stays in at this moment, only the bottom is coming out
This pic is sort of way past the just starting point, but it was all I had on the server
Tongue light remove
Keep pivoting it out and it will rotate right out of there "once" both ends are compressed to get past the little locking tabs. See the wedge tabs here on the bottom. Those wedge tabs and the lens being stiff is that makes it hard to get out and fly out going down the road
See if that helps
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