Question about 1991 Toyota Camry
If it had a bolt, I'm assuming you have removed it. Some do, some don't. The only things holding it in is rust and an O ring. First lube it at where it goes into the block. Start twisting a bit and pulling it up. keep adding lube. Be patience, it will come out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
a fairly common problem on any of those high mile or abused 4.0liter engine either #1 your PCV ventilation tubes are plugged those are thos small black lines comming out of your valve cover or #2 your getting really bad blow by in your valves. 1 being easy to do and 2 not so easy!!
Posted on May 26, 2008
The dipstick can be pulled out of the block with a pair of vicegrips and the new one driven down into the block. Before trying to pull the dipstick tube out make sure it is not held onto the block with a small bolt.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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