Question about Nissan Sentra
the dipstick tube is fasten by a bolt either at the bottom or in the middle of the tube, if it was at the middle, I don't think it would have broken. Look at the base of the dipstick tube where it goes into the engine block, there should be a bolt, use a 10 mm. socket and a long extension to remove it., then pull the tube out.
I believe the dipstick tube is bent, that's why the dipstick can't go all the way into the oil pan.
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Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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