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Transmission mounts broken need to know location

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I suggest you replace (All) Motor & Transaxle Mounts,
at one time

If your capable of doing vehicle work yourself,then you will
see all the mounts once your under the car

You put some wood under the oil pan & raise it a little, to get
the old mounts out & will need a long pry bar as well

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I need to know where they are locatedhow to install ****** & motor mounts on a 1996 buick century

the transmission mount is on the top of the transmission on the drivers side next to the battery,and one motor mount is under the motor on the passenger side next to the harmonic balancer. and the is either one or two mounts on top of the radiator to the front vavle cover

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The car vibrates when in drive while at a stop. What would cause this ?

Vibration at idle brings to mind a few suspects:

transmission mount(s) broken/missing
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motor mount(s) broken/missing

(1) transmission internally worn or transmission mount broken/missing - test this by shifting into neutral at the next stop light. If the vibration disappears when you disengage the transmission, then the transmission is the source of the vibration. You'll have to inspect the transmission mounts - if they're ok, then the transmission is internally worn and can no longer smoothly "slip" while idling in drive.
(2) motor mount broken/missing - also test this by shifting into neutral at the next stop light. If the vibration persists, then the transmission is exonerated, and the vibration is coming from (under) the engine. The rubber part of motor mounts commonly crack/break and or pop out and are lost.

A photo of the front motor mount for the 2003 Dodge Neon:


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I think a motor mount is broken the engine seems to move when you accelerate.

The easiest way to check for broken engine mount is to put one foot on the brake and push the throttle to watch the engine move. the mounts are located on the bottom of the engine
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My 1985 transmission (manual ) pops out of gear when power is applied

If it is popping out of gear then your synchro-gears are shot and the transmission needs to be rebuilt. I know that sucks to hear but there aren't many things that would cause your tranny to pop out of gear. The only other thing it might be is a broken motor mount and a broken tranny mount. But that's not likely to happen and I think you know if you broke a motor mount and your engine was rising and falling as you accelerate and decelerate.

Check your mounts then start calling your local wrecking yards!

Good luck, I hope this helps you.

Sorry it sounds so bad, but trannys are cheap and fairly easy to replace in your driveway.

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Need a Part number for Engine-Transmission Mount which is broken?

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I have broken motor mount in my 1999 ford taurus.

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so from what i understand, you say when you move the selector from park to reverse or park to drive the car feels as though it lunges, or you can feel the car move into a loaded position forcefully, while watching the engine and transmission shift.

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NOT an issue with your rack and pinion.

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Making loud banging sound when gas pedel pushed

This sounds like a broken motor or transmission mount.  Try to isolate the location of the banging noise to give you or a mechanic an idea of which mounts to check first.  Some motor and transmission mounts can be tricky, so you may have to remove them to see that they are worn or broken.

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Motor mount

The engine mounts are located about the middle of the block on the side of the engine. The only other mount is located under transmission.

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