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I used a long nose, needle nose pliers. Put the tips in the 2 slots opposite of each other. Use one hand to squeeze the plier handles to keep the tips in the slots, Use a screwdriver through the legs of the pliers, below the hinge as a turning lever.... Put masking tape on the door panel to keep from scratching it when the pliers slip off..........................................MO
There is a special socket for that, and it enables you to hold the lever while turning the nut. Spray some WD-40 in there first to lube up your nut before attempting to undo it. Going in dry will potentially cause binding.
Try a grinder disc spanner/wrench - I'm sure you have one or two floating about. Maybe even fashion one up with some flat bar steel.