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>> But I wish the dip stick was better, as the stupid black blob of plastic that gets oil on it when you insert it into the tube. (rant over now)
I completely agree. I have been amazed at how hard it is to get a reading on the oil dip stick. Much more difficult than other cars I have owned.
Is this style of dip stick on the 9-3 new to the 9-3 or has it been this way on Saabs for a while? If it has been that way for a while, maybe it is just a Saabism I have not learned to use yet. Is there some trick to getting a good read on the dip stick?
And yes, this is a serious question. :-)
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