Question about 2003 Renault 181
Can you remove the tube?The dipstick will still be inside the tube resting at the bottom of the oil pan.The tubes are either bolt on or a press-in style.To remove press-in you will need a bolt that fits inside the tube without being too tight.Then grab the tube with a channel lock or vice grip plier and carefully turn the tube back and forth while pulling on it at the same time.The back and forth motion is circular on the axis of the tube,not up and down or side to side(you'll just break it off).After removal of the tube you can pull out the remainder of the stick.Be careful not to push the stick into the pan or you'll need to remove the pan to get it out.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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