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1993 Ford Probe needs motor mounts

Okay, I need everyone's help. I'm buying a 1993 Ford Probe I4 but it needs new motor and transmission mounts. I don't know how to change those.

Can anyone help me, this car is a fantastic deal, I just need to know what I'm getting into?

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  • copilot1991 Dec 24, 2008

    Okay, I'll clarify. I don't have much experience but my father has tons and my uncle runs a machine shop. Anyway, it is actually only the 2.0L I4 but it does not seem to bad off.

    A good wax and polish, vacuum, and of course the mounts, and I'll have a good economical car. I might make it faster but I will not put a coffee can muffler on it!

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Is the model with the V6 mazda motor, if so it can be a bit difficult if you have little mechanical experience, but it is doable without removing the motor or transmission. we would allow 3 hours to complete the whole job.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

  • glenn chambers Dec 24, 2008

    The 2.0 litre is very easy if your father has some experience with cars then allw 2 hours job done. Buy original mounts as the pattern parts are not as good.

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