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Motor mount replacement on a 6 cylinder ford f 150 pick up

Looks pretty easy just want to know where are the mine fields

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Straight forward no mine fields use a jack to jack the engine up, pull center bolt first get it where it's loose with the jack on it once you remove the center bolt then jack it up enough to unbolt it. Makes it easier if you have a swivel head ratchet or wrench to get at it. Afterwords check that the transmission mount is ok by prying against the transmission and the rear cross-member.

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