DEPENDS ON THE MAKE AND MOTOR BUT MOST ARE A PRESS FIT INTO THE BLOCK WITH A RUBBER O RING AT THE BOTTEM. GOOD LUCK
There should be a fastner that secures the tube assembly near the top of the engine. after this is removed you should be able to just pull the tube right out of engine, you may find it comes out better if you twist it while pulling.
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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.
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.
Cut the tube with a tubing cutter- remove dipstick and use rubber tubing and hose clamps to reassemble dipstick tube what up.
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.
Remove the fasteners and electrical connection from behind the assembly and slide the assembly out the front.
it is behind the passenger side headlight assembly. you will have to remove the headlight assembly to replace it.
detach the bulbs and remove the clips behind the headlight assembly
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
Try super glue on a pencil.
Open the hatchback. Behind each tail light assembly is a round cover. Remove it and you'll find two big plastic hand-turnable nuts. Remove those and you can pry the assembly out of the car.
TAke the bolts soose that hold it on. It is an assembly.
you have to remove the door panel to access the inner door and remove the entire door handle assembly ( from the inside). Once you've got the handle out, remove the lock cylinder, to access the broken key.
You will have to remove the door panel and replace the regulator assembly. In some cases it comes as an assembly with the motor.
Open hood, remove headlamp bulb from headlamp assembly, remove (1) 10mm bolt from top of headlamp assembly, next remove (3) 10mm bolts from behind headlamp assembly, pull headlamp forward ( you may have to pry gently from the right side). Remove turn signal bulb-Done!
It is really not that hard, get a 5 inch long corse screw put a thick washer on it, then screw it inside the the broken shaft ..then yank out with a claw hammer
It is located behind the dsah assembly, attached to the HVAC assembly. You need to remove dash to gain access to it.
Take a needle-nose vise grip or similar tool to extract it.
remove bolts and clip. Then remove oil dipstick tube.
You'll need to remove the alternator and also the oil dipstick. Remove the bolt that holds the dipstick on and when you move the dipstick out of the way the alternator will come out. Otherwise the alternator is too large.
Look under the hood, and locate the transmission dipstick. Grab the top, and pull the dipstick out of the dipstick tube.
on the bulkhead, nearside. near the dipstick. it should beinside the distributor behind the cap. Remove the distributor cap screws, remove the cap and you will see the coil.