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I have a 2000 yukon xl 2500 with a 6.0 in it and i recently replaced the motor. Everything went well and is fine except the tranny dipstick will not go in. It is in location but i cant get the rubber grommet down into the hole. any help?

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Is the trans dipstick tube in the trans ? are you talking about the grommet at the bottom of the dipstick tube ? that goes in the trans first then push in the tube . if your talking about the dipstick itself wont go into the tube try slightly bending the tip and push it into the tube

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