Originally Posted by WoodWorks
I'm only guessing, but perhaps it could have been inserted "wrong," in a way that forced it to bend, and then the engine heat softened it enough to stay bent? Otherwise, I'm with JR, never heard of this sort of thing before.
I sure thought I would have noticed it being hard to turn in if it was trapped in a corner or something, but I know my wife checks her own oil level as well so she could have jammed it in there wierd as well. (cause guys never screw stuff up!!)
Ill see if they will warranty it!!