Use a magnet at the end of a flexible pole. You have, no doubt, seen the telescoping magnets used to retrieve lost bolts/nuts/misc metal parts sold at the auto parts stores. This concept can be taken a bit further by attaching that magnet to a piece of flexible plastic tubing and flopping it around in the tube. Alternatively, you can remove the oil pan :)
You would probably have to follow the dipstick tube to where it meets the engine, remove the bracket bolt and either remove the tube or lift it up to push the dipstick up or out of the tube.
You'll have to remove dipstick tube first and then push broken dipstick out from the bottom side up. Before removal of the tube clean surroundings to avoid dirt from getting into engine.
In many vehicles, the dipstick tube can be removed. Check and see if this is possible on your vehicle. If so, just remove the tube from around the dipstick. There should then be enough of the dipstick sticking out from the engine to grab on to.
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Cut the dipstick tube with a tubing cutter below broken dipstick and remove Use rubber tubing and hose clamps to reattach tube pieces
If the dipstick has broken off into the tube on a Nissan Altima, you can remove it using pliers. Other people have had luck using industrial strength vacuums and sucking the broken dipstick up.
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Cut the tube with a tubing cutter- remove dipstick and use rubber tubing and hose clamps to reassemble dipstick tube what up.
The oil dipstick is built into the oil filler cap. Unscrew the cap, pull the dipstick out, wipe it dry and reinsert it. Remove it again to read the oil level.
Drop the cradle & engine together
An easy-out might work. Otherwise try tapping it all the way into the engine with a punch or something. It will lay in the bottom of the oil pan and won't hurt anything.
On the 2.2L(2200), the oilstick is built in as part of the cap that you would remove if you were putting oil in the car. This cap is located on the side of the motor, right behind the radiator.
If it's similar to earlier models, the oil dipstick is built into the oil filler cap. Unscrew the cap, pull the dipstick out, wipe it dry and reinsert it. Remove it again to read the oil level.
The transmission fluid dipstick is located on the passenger side near the top rear of the engine. With the engine running, remove the dipstick and check the level on the stick.
You unscrew the screws
generally to remove a broken bolt, you will need a drill and an easy out
While engine is off, remove oil dipstick, wipe oil off with rag, then insert it, remove it and look at level (dipstick will have minimum and maximum points).
no different than any other engine, if unsure consult a manual
The tube is located on the left side of the engine, or the passenger side.
can you see any of the stick? or is it down inside the tube? dave firstname.lastname@example.org Drain oil, remove lower sump pan,drift out broken dipstick tube & replace with new tube.
remove the oil pan or slide a magnet fasten to a flexable stick down the dip stick chase
With the transmission in park, and the engine running. Remove the dipstick wipe and dip again then read. It will show fluid if its cold or warm. (Just a tip use dexron 3 type trans fluid.)
Try super glue on a pencil.