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Engine mount whats the cost and labor on replacing the rear motor mount on my 1988 olds cutlass V6-189/3.1 car I think the mechanic I go to is a thief.His says part is about 125.00 and labor is 3.5 hrs

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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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