Boy, those guys at Continental are really sharp.
Four weeks ago I get the dip stick, no information with it. I had to call Cirrus to find out what to do - initially I thought someone ordered a replacement and it went to me by mistake. Were it not for my A&P being there when I switched dipsticks, I wouldn’t have known to switch the o-ring.
Guess what comes today. An o-ring. No information what to do with it - nada. If I were acting based on Continental communicated to me (which was nothing), I’d have the dip stick in the engine without the o-ring, if it were in at all.
And I’d have an o-ring, with no idea whatsoever what to do with it.
And to think I put my life in these guys’ hands.