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What engine mounts?

I have a 1991 Saab 900S 2.1 L "212I15BB" non-turbo that needs engine
mounts.
For the life of me, I can't figure out what's actually required, so
I'm going to buy all the mounts on the car's engine/trans.
Can you tell me which there are?
What I see is :
Lower hydraulic
Front (bushing type? Or hyd?)
Left and right sides
4 total mounts?

Is that all there is? Or is one mount in some cases two pieces? What
do I actually need to replace them all?
Can you help me here?
Thanks
Robert Leo

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There are three (total) mounts, one in front, and left and right at rear. All are mechanical bushing types. The front one has a bump stop in it. Usually, just the flexible bushing material is replaced if everything else is in OK condition.

You might consider polyurethane mounts if available, supposed to be a little more resistant to oil and give better performance. There is a ploy lube specially for them (such as Energy Suspension poly lube) to stop then from squeaking - apply before install.

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saabreur

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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