Question about 1999 Mercury Villager
Can you show me where yhey are? My villager as well has loose motor mounts, but you do not tighten them. You have to replace them. Th rubber is what fails and then the bolt just bounces arround in the loose rubber that used to hold it in place. Once one goes, all are subject to increases stress and impact and the rest will fail quickly. I am going to replace all of mine so the problem doesn't reoccur in 4 months. Get a repair manual, the procedure will be in there.
Besure when you replace engine mount.you have to use a engine lift to take weight off the mount.you need a haynes manual.it will show you where engine mounts located.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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