Q: When replacing a coil what do you do if the rubber stem doesnt lift out but stays in the hole

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I am replacing one coil and after unplugging and unscrewing I lifted the coil out but the rubber stem staying in the hole. How do I get that out?

My car has 235000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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