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Engine Mount Replacement DIY.  PICS!
Engine Mount Replacement DIY. PICS!
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Engine Mount Replacement DIY

Two engine Mounts. Part#11811141377 $44.95 each at AutohausAZ.com. Free Shipping. $89.90 total.

• Ratchet
• ≥20” worth of extensions
• Universal joint
• 16mm socket (mine was a deep, but a standard should work)
• 13mm (?) socket for the transmission crossmember and x-brace bolts.
• Flathead screwdriver
• Hydraulic Floor jack
• Jack stands or Ramps
• Wheel chocks


• Safely raise and support front of vehicle with rear wheels chocked, parking brake firmly set, and car in park or in gear.

• Remove the factory x-brace if installed. Four bolts.

• Loosen the four transmission crossmember bolts. Loosen as much as possible, but don’t remove as the weight of the transmission needs to rest on the bolts. This will allow the engine/transmission assembly to move with less strain on the transmission mounts.
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