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How to put on an engine mount

My father in law replaced my timing belt now he cant get the engine mount back on

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You might need to put a floor jack under the engine and raise it up just a bit. Be sure you get the jack on just the crank pulley or you might crush the oil pan and do internal engine damage.

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SOURCE: replaced timing belt and noticed the rubber

hi yes it would be adviseable to replace all three, if they are broken its a sure sign they need replacing, if not you could cause more damage to other parts like exhaust and gear linkage and maybe fuel lines ( these suffer from bad fuel lines as it is ) so to save a lot of bucks spend a few..hope this helps

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