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Can you jack up motor to change motor mount


You'll have to disconnect all the motor and transmission mounts before you can raise the engine.

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The starter is mounted between the engine and radiator, bolted to the transmission. To start with, you will need to disconnect the battery cable at the positive terminal of the battery, and lay it out of the way. Jack up the front of the car and support with jack stands. You will need another jack and a piece of wood to sit under the oil pan to support the motor, due to the fact that when removing the starter, the bolts through the starter go thru the front motor mount. Disconnect the 2 large wires from the starter solenoid, usually held on with a 13mm nut, and unplug the smaller wire. Remove the upper and lower bolts going thru the starter, into the motor mount, usually a 17mm bolt heads, or an allen head bolts. Pull the starter away from the transmission and remove the starter. You should also replace the small bronze round starter bushing that is mounted in the transmission, where the end of the starter goes in. This bushing often wears out and won't keep the armature shaft from moving when starting the car. When you reinstall the new starter, you may have to jack up or lower down the motor to get the starter bolts started into the front mount. Tighten the 2 17mm starter bolts, and reinstall the 2 large wires on the large terminal on the starter, reconnect the small wire to the solenoid. Remove the jack and piece of wood from underneath the motor. Reconnect the positive battery cable and lower the car down, job done.

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How to change motor mounts on 1998 ford escort 4 door sedan


The exact location varies depending on model, engine size, power and suchlike.

Most models have three mountings and there are no lower ones, though there could be a steady bar or torque reaction mount attached to the bottom of the transmission.

The power unit tends to be mounted with one mount high up on the extreme right and two on the transmission end, one at the back and one at the front.

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VW Jetta MKIV - G68 sensor replacement - how to lower transmission?


Use a floor jack or trolley jack under the transmission. Also use a block of wood if you have the jack on the transmission's lower pan. You will see that the whole engine and transaxle assembly will tilt down somewhat with the transmission mount removed. If it is not enough to replace the sensors, raise the jack back up and take off that dogbone, then lower the whole thing again until you can get to the sensors. Be careful when getting the mounts back on, that the engine and transaxle settle down perfectly into the mounts, so you have no vibration issues.

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When i shift to reverse or drive, the transmission kinda kicks like it's slipping. I was told that the lower motor mount may be bad


Indeed the engine mounts can cause this type of symptom, have a local shop check the engine for excessive lift up on gear engagement.

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How to install a slant 6 225 in a 1972 plymouth duster


Lower engine in bay, loosely attach motor mounts. Install transmission, mate to motor. Install transmission mounts, tighten motor mounts.
Hook up wiring and hoses. Fill all fluids. Reinstall driveline, hook up exhaust and linkage. Reinstall hood. Test work, check timing and carb settings.

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Where are the motor mount located


There are 2 of them, one on each side of the motor. They are located at the base of the motor about center and connect to the front cross member. If you have a sideways mounted 4 cylinder you may have 3 motor mounts, this is common with some Dodge vehicle, They are located 2, upper and lower, on the passenger side of the motor and one actually on the transmission side that connects to the transmission.

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Where is the starter on a 1999 s-10


passenger side, under exhasut pipe, against motor, close to tranni.

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Location of motor mounts on 94 saturn sl1 where are they and how do you replace them? (all of them) or at least the major ones


There are four total mounts.

1. Upper engine mount located on the passenger side of the engine. Get this at the dealer, aftermarket, especially Anchor brand are garbage.

2. Lower engine mount, often refered to as a "dog bone" mount because of its shape. This one is located on the lower passenger side. You'll have to remove some splash shields to get to it. Aftermarket is OK.

3. Upper transmission mount, also refered to as a "dog bone" mount. Located under the battery.Aftermarket is OK.

4. Lower transmission mount. Located under the transmission. As with the top engine mount, dealer is better quality.

The two dogbone mounts usualy last a very long time, its the others that fail over time. Especially the upper one.

Jun 17, 2009 | 1999 Saturn SL

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