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How to r&r rear engine mount 2004 kia sedona v-6

Can't get the frame mount bolts loose(no room, bad angle)

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    the frame mounting bolts that bolt the rear engine mount to the frame or cross member

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They are not much fun are they? That is why I have 5 different style wrenches and 15 different style sockets in my tool arsenal.

I believe you will want some ultra shallow sockets and a ver fine toothed swivel handled ratchet for the drivers side bolt, and a bent handled ratchet wrench for the other.

Other wise you might find your self having to support the "engine cradle" with a jack and taking it loose and lowering it to get to them.

Posted on May 18, 2014

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SOURCE: Kia Sedona rear os Shock 2.9TD 2001 is it easy to replace?

this job is easy enough the 4 bolts hold shock mounting plate undo plate with shock .attatched remove from car as you will probebly have to cut old shock to separate from plate due .to nuts being corroded on top of shock

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SOURCE: need to replace front & rear motor mounts on 2004 kia sedona v6

you need to lift the engine to replace the mounts try a block of wood on top of a floor jack

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Kia Sedona rear os Shock 2.9TD 2001 is it easy to replace?


this job is easy enough the 4 bolts hold shock mounting plate undo plate with shock .attatched remove from car as you will probebly have to cut old shock to separate from plate due .to nuts being corroded on top of shock

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