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Has anyone else noticed how anoying it is to try and read the oil level on the Dipstick ? Or is it just me... It seem no matter how many times or how long it sits I can't seem to read the level. It must have something to do with the relieved area creating sort of a air bubble that won't allow the oil to fill in. Big question: does anyone know if the Mazda stick will work and is it any different than the Ford version?
All help is appreciated.
 

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I haven't really noticed any problems. I'll be sure to look tomorrow, just for you :)
 

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Thanks Swoop,

But don't you know I feel like the dumb ass right now, I can't stand repeating post and here I go and do the same thing. Well I know I got my name right "Confused" not only a state of mind but a way of life! Sounds like a commercial don't it. :screwy:

Cross Bolt I appologise.
 

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You don't have to do that, we are all in this together. ( AKA Brothers and Sisters ). We just have to be on the lookout for the fix.

Cross Bolt
 

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Your not the only one having trouble. My tranny fluid looked low, and with all those notches, and no hash marks saying where its good or bad, the delear had to bring out the master tech to tell them it was a pint low (which I had already told them).


It was amusing though, "Why do you think your car is low, is it showing any symptomps? Its a new car, cars don't use tranny fluid"

I said, "Cause I checked it, and it looked low, and they probably underfilled it at the factory"

It was right at the notch where the manual says, "Any lower than this and you shoudl not drive your car."
 
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