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Dip stick is stuck

I can pull the dip stick out about 2 inches, then it stops and won't move. I can turn it all I want, but it willn't pull out.

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Look closely to see if the angle of decent is visible. The tube should bend close to the engine block.
Then spin the dipstick until you can feel it easily bending in this same direction. THen close it all the way, and pull the stick out firmly, paying no mind to it being stuck before. It should take a small tug and then it is out.

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