Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
You should be able to find a replacement dipstick at any local auto salvage yard. or you can get a new one at an auto parts store but will be more expensive. it should have a bracket attached to it that bolts to the back of the cylinder head where the dipstick runs behind the motor. remove the bolt(s) from the cylinder head and carefully twist the dipstick up out of the transmission. if it is severely rotted be careful not to break it off in the transmission. some models also have a small lock nut on the transmission at the bottom of the the stick tube. also make sure the new dipstick has a good O-ring on the bottom where it fits to the transmission.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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