Question about 2000 Cadillac DeVille
Try this link, the procedure may differ slightly depending on which model you have.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
You should purchase a Haynes repair manual at your local auto parts store in order to find all the detailed descriptions and precautions you must take to attempt this job some are fairly easy and others are more problematic, the basic procedure is to jack both sides of the front of vehicle up support with jack stands remove any plastic splash shield under engine the locate the mount and continue to use a piece of short ( 6 " ) 4" X 4 " wood between a trolly jack and the oilpan to jack the motor up about 1/4 " no more you just want to take the weight off the mount then remove the bolts holding it on be sure to note if the motor moves when the last bolt is removed sometimes the trolly jack can be pushing up too much, it is better to not put too much upward pressure on the oil pan, again I would recomend reading through the procedure in a repair manual for safety sake.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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