Question about Ford Explorer
There is not much to replacing the dipstick tube.
If you already removed the dipstick tube bracket bolt and the broken part form the engine, Insert new dipstick tube into oil pan and reinstall bracket bolt.
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Posted on Aug 26, 2010
Well, to install a new one, there should be a mounting point near the top, help on by a bolt.........it is a simple job of inserting the tube (bottom end) into the hole located in the sump (the oil holding pan at the bottom of the engine)...because you removed it, it should be fairly easy to find again.......to get the tube to the bottom you may have to manipulate the tube through and in between other engine components.....it is a trial and error type deal....very hard to offer specific advice on this type of service......how did it break in half in the first place..???
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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