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1986 riviera motor mount part#2943 does not fit my car ,

My 86 Riviera 3.8 litre T-type ,,needs RF motor mount all catalogs call for a 2943 mount this is not right one for my car and no one can find the right one ,car is all original never tampered with,no# on mount either ,anyone know what mount # this car came with and can I even find one?Any help appreciated .

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  • pmn_1 Feb 15, 2009

    Thanks for your response to my problem,but I tried every Gm car from Toronado to Cadillac ,and 85 Riviera is a different car altogether and 87 and up has the 2943 mount ,PMn

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Try going for an 85 or 87 the month on the manufacturing date has a lot too do with it anything before june of 86 will use a lot of 85 and earlier parts after june may use 87 and newer

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