Well, I didn't actually buy the truck from that dealership. The truth is I really don't like that dealership and would never buy a new vehicle from them, but they are the closest dealership to me. I thought they might be willing to help them out since I've had some service done with them in the past, but no.
I did wind up texting the salesman at the dealership, where I bought the truck, about the issue and he said they would replace the dipstick at no charge, but I would need to drive there for docentation purposes. The dealership is 1.5 hours away from me, but it's actually going to work out nicely though because we are taking a trip out of town and will be driving right past the dealership.
To be honest when I had my Honda Accord I never had problems getting stuff replaced even when I went to a dealership that I did not buy the car from. Maybe I just made a mistake going to that particular dealership.
I will say though that the initial quality of my Tacoma is leaps and bounds above the initial quality of my Accord. I was always taking the Accord to the dealership, at least initially, because of all the interior squeeks and rattles. My Tacoma however is dead silent. You would think a 4x4 truck would be more prone to that sort of thing, but no. I'm amazed at how well this truck is built.
I'm really loving my new truck!