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Old 30 Oct 2007, 03:51 pm
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Default Do you need to screw in the dipstick to check the oil level on a Honda foreman or simply...

...dip without screwing?
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Old 30 Oct 2007, 03:54 pm
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Dip without screwing it in. Screwing it in only retains it, but checking it should just be until dip stick bottoms out, not screwed.
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Old 30 Oct 2007, 03:57 pm
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Just dip without screwing. Make sure that car is on level ground when you are checking the oil.
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