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Old 12-22-2001, 01:43 AM
joel joel is offline
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Join Date: Jun 1999
Location: Surrey, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada
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sucking it out of the dipstick tube would be best.
it is slow but safe and easy task.

i would avoid taking it out from the pan by way of
the small screw unless you will be quick enough to
remove and insert a new copper gasket. if not, the
screw will end up eating up the old gasket, hence,
messing up its thread.

this happened to me and i ended up at my local
machine shop, and several hours of labor.
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