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Motor mount About what will it cost to put in new motor mount

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    just wondering will the computers match up or will I have to switch brain out and motor mounts oil pans edith



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Between $18 nad $22

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Iam no mech but is it hard 2 change the motor n transmission mounts in a 96 ford thunderbird 3.8 engine if it is whats the going price 2 do so i dont get taken

It is fairly easy to do if you have a lift, but it is possible to do on the ground with a jack and jack stands. You will need to be able to unbolt both sides of the mount and support the engine with the jack while you replace the mounts. If you download the autozone app to a smart pone or tablet it will give you a repair estimate calculator,

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The cost to replace the 3 motor mounts on 2003 Nissan Murano

The motor mount may be found at a local part store or can be ordered from them. Often they are less expensive than a dealer because they are an aftermarket manufactured part to fit your car. As to the labor, Shop rates vary depending on where you are located in the country.
They could be $75.00 an hour, $100.00 an hour, I don't know. Additionally, some shops use estimating guides just as guides and may figure more labor than is in the book. The book is not always right. Additionally, A technition may run into extenuating problems in putting your mounts in which may take more time than the average job.
Keep in mind that a labor guide is figured with labor working on new cars with new parts.which haven't been exposed to dirt, grease, rust, collapsed parts which require more labor to gain access to some of the mounting bolts. We run into splash shields which have been shaved partially off because the car has been run up on curbs when it is parked. This makes it hard to put a socket or wrench on.This hardware must be replaced.which is an additional cost to an original estimate both in labor and in parts.Get the picture now? An estimate may usuallly be close, typically within 10% of the original quote.I hope I may have answered your question adaquately enough to understand that there are many things depending on where you are located in the country which will affect the cost of replacing your mounts. Call 3 shops and get an idea. Usually they will figure a cut and dry, no problems anticipated estimate and compare them. They should udually be in the same ball park. If someone is really cheap, I would not take my car there. It is usually a sign that rthey are cutting corners somewhere to give such a low quote. Good luck.

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1997 Buick Lesabre--While driving, the cradle mount washers failed (due to rust) on both sides of the engine mount near the wheel wells. The bushings/washers flew off, the engine dropped, but the bolts...

I would get new parts and fix it.

if you have a floor jack put a block of wood on the plate and raise the motor so you can take the mount out and put a new one back on.

the block of wood is so you don't damage the oil pan.

put the jack and wood block under the oil pan close to front of motor so you can lift motor.

should be able to get motor mount parts at local auto parts store.

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Hits hard when put into reverse and drive

ok its either bad motor/trans mounts or a trans issue. check the mounts by power-braking. put it in drive or reverse, foot hard on brake, and give it a little gas. if the car is banging and jumping you need new mounts. or it might be a transmission issue. then the problem would be bad/low fluid or something called a parking pawl. which is how your gear is slected. basically if its not the mounts, its the trans and you should take it to a local trans shop for the best labor cost.

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Need motor mounts for 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

I'm thinking it has 1 motor mount and 2 dog bones. The mounts usually cost around $30 each and the dog bones $20-25 depending on the material their made of. You can replace these yourself, one at a time. The engine has to be jacked up just enough to take the weight off when you remove the mount. After you have it remove, install you new one/ones and tighten. After removing jack, torque the bolts to spec. Same thing is done with the dog bones. It a type of Motor mount that prevents the engine from leaning weight. These are usually located, one front/top engine area and one on bottom engine area.

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I removed my old motor mount - it came out in two pieces. The new motor mount is only ONE PIECE. This is for the rear mount. How can I install the new motor mount?

You may have to take the other mounts loose and then carefully jack the engine up enough to get the new mount in. Put a block of wood between the jack and the bottom of the engine so as not to damage or dent the oil pan.

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Motor mounts are located on each side of the motor at the A frame. To change them out you have to do it one at a time by unbolting one side and jack the motor on that side up about 2" or 3" until you can slide it out and put the new one in. And same for the other side. If you never did it before you might want to take it in and get it done cost about $500.

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no its does not cost that much if you do it yourself and if there is a auto store near you check on the part all you would need jack stands and a good floor jack to support the motor while you are lowering it to get the old mount out and then put the new one in also here is a place that sells only GM parts its Schram auto & truck parts The # is 1-800-292-1032 if needed.

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