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Old 03-30-2013, 04:44 PM   #1
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Yes LOL I put my engine in and forgot to put the dip stick in. Now I am lost with zero hole visibility. Any help greatly appreciated.
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If I'm not mistaken, tube runs between middle of exhaust on driver side.
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Do you know if it is between the first header or the second header?
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Yes LOL I put my engine in and forgot to put the dip stick in. Now I am lost with zero hole visibility. Any help greatly appreciated.
I'm sure it's between the second
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As best as I could get it right now
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I'm sure it's between the second
I appreciate the help. If you want to know how to spend too much money on rocker arms I'm your man.

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As best as I could get it right now
94-98 v-6? I could not get a better picture.
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No, that is an 02 3.8 V6 engine. You didn't specify what year so I guessed NE. I have an SN95 engine as well but it is in pieces in my yard. I think the tube is still on it. I'm not home but ill get a picture once I get home
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First two are a '97 3.8 and last two are a '02 3.8
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First two are a '97 3.8 and last two are a '02 3.8
Great picks. Thank you for going the extra mile. WOW! SN95 power!

Do you ever watch Cheers? One time Diana told Sam, "I have a headache." Sam said, "take 2 Sams, roll me over in the morning and tell me how you feel." LOL dirty

Does any one know if the rocker arms have to be loosened with a cam change?
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