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Re: engine mounts
Posted by Name Left Blank (more from Name Left Blank) on Sat, 18 May 2019 11:24:33
In Reply to: Re: engine mounts, andtheHawks [Profile/Gallery]
, Sat, 18 May 2019 10:02:38
Yes, it's the "transmission" mount on the driver's side. Just like "andtheHawks" showed me. It's obviously shot. I could stick my finger into where the rubber bushing should be and what's left of the bushing is hard and crumbling. I do also plan on doing the upper mounts, I just haven't gotten around to it. I did that job on another 1995. As I remember, the upper mounts (dog bone) were pretty easy and the lower mount (under the engine) was a bear. I can't remember where I got them but they were yellow and matched the yellow hoses I installed.
So, my question is - can I do this transmission mount myself? Are these mounts available? Are there more than that one? If this one is shot so must be any others.
Thanks for your help, guys.
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