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The official Saab method is to cut it off with a hacksaw because it's glued on with epoxy. Since your car isn't brand new, though, the epoxy probably isn't as strong as it once was, and you might be able to break it free with a strap wrench or pliers, as some others have done.
 

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Strap wrench as Jeremy says. The key is to twist it off to break the epoxy. Trying to pull it is no good. I put mine back on without any glue - it was just a push fit. No problems so far.
 
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