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My dipstick is stuck and will only turn left or right but will not come out. I have a 2005 Honda Accord and the last oil change was fine and done at Jiffy Lube. When I went back to the same location the manager said the two employees who worked on my car are not employed with the company any longer and she would not attempt to dislodge it. I have an appointment for the check up and oil change tomorrow with the Honda dealer where I purchased the car. What can I expect and is this a common problem? Thanks! andreacarolcooper@gmail.com 708-807-3751

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