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Where are the min. and max. oil levels on dipstick for 2006 seat ibiza

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Little knotches unless someone has change the dipstick for a universal one as the plastic on the end broke off with use ,about this time they changed to one with a yellow plastic end on and perhaps its swimming in the sump

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