How to Remove a Subaru's Oil Pan Dipstick Tube?

Answer The oil pan dipstick tube on your Subaru is a long tube that runs from your car's manifold into the oil pan. The dipstick is pulled from the tube and checked to monitor oil levels in your vehicle. ... Read More »

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How Do I Remove an AMC 304 Dipstick Tube?

Removing the dipstick tube from your AMC 304-cubic inch engine allows you to replace a defective tube or install a chrome or custom tube. The 304 engine was used in many AMC models but was primaril... Read More »

How to Remove an Oil Dipstick Tube?

Before you hoist a car engine out of the compartment, you must remove the components connected to the block to prevent potential damage to parts you may be able to reuse after replacing the engine.... Read More »

How to Remove a Ford 289 Dipstick Tube?

Ford's 289 engine was Ford's most popular small block from 1963 to 1968. Known for its reliability, durability and light weight, the 289 is one of the easiest engines to repair. Unlike many other e... Read More »

How to Remove the Dipstick Tube From a Small Block Chevy?

The small block Chevrolet engine has been around for over 50 years now. From the 265-cubic-inch V8 to the venerable 350-cubic-inch V8, there have been many different displacements for the Chevy sma... Read More »