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Don't worry, it's a pain to get off. However, I would test the actuator to make sure it holds vacuum, moves smoothly, and in the correct range before replacing it.

You could try looping a fishing line through the tiny holes to pull it off but that would probably be as difficult as trying to remove it. Try sticking a screwdriver in the space and twisting to pop teh clip off.
 
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