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Motor mounts My engine in my 2001 Ford Escape fell forward and is now resting on the fans. It is still at the correct height, just leaning forward. I was told 2 motor mounts broke, but I can't find where they are located. I was wondering if I could get a pic of the engine compartment where they would be located.

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Should be on each side of the motor mounted on the crossmember under it. i would also check the mounts for the transmission. just how exactly did that happen ?

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Where is the front motor mount located on a 2002 ford escape?

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