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Where are the motor mount bolts

Need to replace the starter but need to loosen the motor mount bolt to raise the engine to get it out where exactly are the motor mount bolts

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Your under the car working on the starter

You look at the mounts,they have to have at least 2 or 3
bolts holding them to the sub frame,you don't remove the
engine side of mount !!!

Posted on Dec 09, 2012

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  • jwright1988
    jwright1988 Dec 10, 2012

    yes but the problem is there are a bunch of different bolts i dont know which ones are the right bolts to loosen are they all together or are they spread out along the left side and are they more towards the front or the back

  • jwright1988
    jwright1988 Dec 10, 2012

    i have tried like 3 different clusters of bolts and other bolts that where spread out with no luck

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2012

    You ask a question as though you never went under the car to look it over. Not all that hard if you look at the mounts You surely can put you eyes on the mounts & fingers as well & figure out whick bolts need to come out

  • jwright1988
    jwright1988 Dec 10, 2012

    yea well thats the problem its my first time under the car doing anything to it. but all the bolts i need to loosen are under the car none of them are under the car correct

  • jwright1988
    jwright1988 Dec 10, 2012

    none of them are under the hood right***** sorry

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2012

    You should be working from the bottom & reaching up to get to them You need lots of tools to do any job so it may be pssoible you can reach the odd bolt from the top

  • jwright1988
    jwright1988 Dec 10, 2012

    where are the actual mounts located

  • jwright1988
    jwright1988 Dec 10, 2012

    nevermind i figured it out thanks for nothing really

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Fig. Remove the starter motor dust shield retaining clip


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Fig. Remove the rear mounting bracket bolt, then remove the starter from the vehicle




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89632p02.gif Unfasten the starter motor electrical connections. You may want to tag them first to avoid confusion
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89632p04.gif Unfasten the front mounting bolt (1) and remove any necessary shims (2), noting their locations for installation
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89632p05.gif Unfasten the long starter mounting bolt, then remove the starter motor from the vehicle
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