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Old 08-23-2008
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Oil dipstick tube corroded...help.

my oil dipstick tube has corroded away and the upper 6 inches has broken off the bottom part of the tube that goes into the engine block.

can you buy replacement tubes for the ranger. mine is a 1994 3.0 supercab 4x4.

also, how does it connect to the block? does it just pull out or is it somehow threaded into it?

thanks.
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My 94 did the exact same thing, Im not sure how it comes out though. My dad took a piece of copper tubing and made it shove onto the old one. Its been like that for almost 3 years probaly.
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just pull it outn push the new one in
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