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What would cause the oil dipstick tube to be loose where the tube connects to the bottom of the engine on a 2.2L 2000 Chevy S-10 P-U?


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2004-11-02 01:18:13
2004-11-02 01:18:13

The tube slides into a grommet in the bottom of the block and the tube is also bolted to the side of the block. Either the bolt is loose/missing or the grommet is missing. The tube may be broken off or pulled out of the grommet at the bottom also.


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