Question about 1996 Dodge Intrepid
This is a fairly easy fix, youll need to undo the mount bolts and with a jack from the bottom or a cherry picker from the top lift up the ****** enough to wiggle the mounts out (or drop the ****** if they are top mount) you may also need need to loosen the motors mounts to allow everything to move as well as remove the half shafts from the transmission to allow movement. depends on how far you need to move it in order to wiggle the mounts out. i always reccomend buying a haynes or chilton repair manual. as it covers step by step how to perform alot of these repairs in simple step by step format (if you can bake a cake by direction then you can work on a car) and they are ussually around 10 to 15 bucks. not a bad investment. hope this helps! good luck
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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