Question about Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
When you say oil blade, are you referring to the dip stick? Unless something has partially crushed the steel tube into which it slides, it should go back in. Was it unduly difficult to pull out? Has the stick itself become bent? This would hold true for either the transmission dip stick or the engine oil dipstick
You might try a slight twisting action as you try to insert the stick.
DO REMEMBER THIS: DON'T FORCE IT!
If all else fails, take it to your nearby full service filling station, or garage and let the mechanic take a look at it.
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