Take this back to the dipstick at the garage. Its their responsibilty to fix it if they broke it. You will have to take the tube off the motor and replace it. But I would take it back and get firm with these guys. Sometime you can get a magnetic wand for a buck or two and pull it up or maybe a pari of needle nose pliiyers and goto a junkyard and get a different one
A broken engine dipstick should not cause anything or have an effect on anything. A broken dipstick will make it impossible to check the engine oil and should be replaced as soon as possible.
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.
Take a needle-nose vise grip or similar tool to extract it.
A broken dipstick on the Mini Cooper is just the tip of the iceberg when you start to see all of the parts that fail on this car...one after the other...
Cut the dipstick tube with a tubing cutter below broken dipstick and remove Use rubber tubing and hose clamps to reattach tube pieces
The dipstick if you are looking at the engine is on the left side of the valve cover approximately halfway form the front and back. It is located where the cover meets the engine block. The yellow plastic grab loop may be broken off, making it hard to identify the dipstick. That was exactly where it was on my 1997 Sidekick and it also had been broken off making it difficult to find. It looked like it was a place to connect for a thermostat or something but no it was the dipstick.
I use pliers to pull mine but I still have a bit of the plastic still there, only the pull ring broke off
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A replacement for a broken dipstick tube for the Ford Focus can be purchased at most auto part retailers. As of 2014 the average cost for a replacement is 15.00.
If you can't see it most likely the yellow handle has been broken of it. Look forremainingyellow plastic on top left of motor. Use pliers with a rag to pull it out.
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.
Cut the tube with a tubing cutter- remove dipstick and use rubber tubing and hose clamps to reassemble dipstick tube what 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.
There is no way to answer this question without information on what is broken. "dash panel" can be a piece of plastic trim, or one or more of several electronic gauges.
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.
The plastic will be broken into pices
You'll need to drain the oil pan, then remove it. Then take something and tap the old one out and install a new one. That is if you broke the tube. If just the dipstick is broken off, you'll still have to remove the oil pan and pull the old one out through the bottom of the tube. You will be able to see the end of it without the pan on.
can you see any of the stick? or is it down inside the tube? dave email@example.com Drain oil, remove lower sump pan,drift out broken dipstick tube & replace with new tube.
If only the plastic top portion is broken! which is usually what happens you can buy a new piece and snap it back on. the piece is called a funnel,usually a dealer item but you may find it on line
Pull up firmly. It is just an o-ring and plastic flange friction fit. It will usually break into pieces. Be sure to get all pieces out of the crankcase. Firmly press the new one in place.
There are many types of plastic. Brittle plastic can be broken, and softer plastics can usually be cut with scissors or a saw or sharp knife.
If you are asking this question, then your dipstick has probably broken off. Some idiot designed it to be made of plastic, which breaks off flush with the opening. We've replaced the dipstick on my wife's car several times. If the engine is the 4-cyl 2.0, standing at the front of the engine, look for a hole in the head (similar to the one the designer had in his) just to the left side of the valve cover, about half way front to rear. The hole will appear to be plugged with a piece of plastic. That's what's left of your dipstick. Remove it with a small pair of needle-nose pliers and pay a visit to your local dealer's parts department, because replacement dipsticks can only be found at a dealership.
They get broken down by the various acids in your stomach to the point where they can be digested. The plastic is very slight unlike gum etc. which takes years to break down. However, plastic in the pills gets broken down easily allowing the plastic to be excreted from the body easily!
Broken liver cannot be cured without conducting an operation.