Hi all, so I'm having some dipstick issues on my 2.2 common block, and I thought I would ask some people who know more about these engines than I do. I recently had to change the oil pan gasket on my 1990 Plymouth Sundance (the dodge shadow's twin), and at some point my dipstick tube decided to fall out. After some research I found that it needed to be pressed in, and after trying for a while, I couldn't get it back in. So, I decided to grind the tube down so that it would fit in the block, and thought I would use RTV to seal it up. And after getting it back in, I noticed that it didn't read right anymore, despite being in the exact same position that it was before. I looked at some images of my engine on the Chrysler 2.2 wiki, and the dipstick shown there is in the exact same position as mine. I only have to put about 2 quarts in it for it to read full. I know there are multiple different dipsticks and tubes, my dipstick is a model 4536071, And my pan is the 4 quart "deep well" with the hump on the bottom. If anyone has any ideas I'd appreciate hearing them.