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My 96 Dodge intrepid needs motor mounts and cradle bushings ...what do you think?

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    Thomas Henzel Apr 16, 2014

    first off u can tell if the sub frame "cradle bushings are shot if u look under the car behind the front tires u will see a horse shoe type fre and where that frame meets the other body frame there is a bushing that goes into the large circlular and connect the sub frame to the body if these are pushed out more on top or bottom or u see a lot of cracks and wear in these u need to replace them i believe it a 18 mm nut lossen them up and pule the spacer and pull the old bushing out when u put in the new bushings make sure it tor it to 115lbs and repeat to the other side as well as on the back half too should be a total of four large sub frame bushing sine this model of intrepids have a three piece frame u can buy all four in a set at 1aauto.com for about 145.00 for all four which is a great deal considering used ones are not an option and one will cost bourt 50.00 by its self

  • Thomas Henzel
    Thomas Henzel Apr 16, 2014

    isnt hard takes about 45 mins to replace all just remember if u replace one side left or right front or back be sure to do to all for best results u will see the car wh=ill have more power to the wheels and a way better driving tech

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Well that depends on a number of things. can you ndescribe what led you to believe that you though you needed motor mounts and carriage bushings? it would help a great deal if you could elaberate so i can give you the best solution.

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