Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
I had my 2000 Pontiac Grand Am 2.4 diagnosed for troubleshooting codes but no codes came up.The mechanic told me it was my front left transmission mount. Would a bad trans mount cause the motor to seem to misfire a little.Because whenever I rev the engine a little to 1000RPM it seems to be fine.The motor does tile to the front a little.
Sounds like you have a bad mount if it is vibrating at idle, and goes away with RPMs. Most of them I see are the front motor mount, not the front of the car, but the front/timing side of the engine. Easy way to tell is to take a pry bar and pry up while engine is running. If it goes away, you have found the mount.
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