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I can't find where to put oil in my 99 Chevy Blazer LS....it is not where the oil manual says ( on passenger side in front of the transmission fluid tube)

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Hello jstr.

In the manual for your Blazer it shows it on the right side of the engine sticking up from the back end of the valve cover.
Here is a picture diagram.
If it isn't there perhaps in the past someone has done an engine change or possibly put on a wrong style valve cover. Also look at the valve cover on the other side as someone may have replaced them on the wrong side.
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