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No oil dipstick found!

I've looked all over the engine and can't find the oil dipstick anywhere. This is a 'Canada' car... did they not make them with dipsticks???

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Dipstick is located on top of the engine just under the sway bar between cylinders 2 & 3 to the left of the valve cover it has a yellow pull ring.

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Definately the deep stick is somewhere in there. Look around in your hood in the front panel close to the radiator part.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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