Sounds like a kinked tube. Try putting a short piece of pipe over dipstick
tube, and gently bend to straight position. Be careful not to snap tube.
If you do, screw in big sheet metal screw, and pull mess out with pliers.
I tried everything, finally I took a wire coat hanger, and after measuring
it to the same length as the dipstick I made sure the tip was not sharp I
put it in, it when in with no problems. After that I was able to put the
dipstick back in.
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