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HELP!!! wheres the oil dipstick go ?

I was checking the oil in my plow truck and when I pulled the dipstick the whole thing came out !!! now I can't find where it goes back into it is a 1990 F-250 5.8L 4x4

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Check the side of the oil pan some vehicles have the tube in the pan

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Get a flashlight and look along the exhast manifold you should be able to see a little hole under it between the exhast outlets

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Check the oil level with the car on level ground, and with it turned off for at least 10 minutes so all the extra oil drips down to the bottom of the engine first. Then pull the stick straight up and out, wipe all the oil off of it using a paper towel or clean tissue, then put the dipstick back in (you may need to turn it left or right just a little bit to help it past some of the bends in the tube). Push it ALL the way in, then pull it straight back out again. Look for the oil sticking to it at the bottom. You should see a clear line somewhere between the full and fill lines.
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