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2004 Honda Pilot, passenger side motor mount is leaking fluid. I can get to the bolts easy enough, but do I have to support the engine while I remove & replace this mount, or will the engine be suspended by the other mounts? If I have to support it, where do I place the jack to avoid damage to the underside of the engine? thanks

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Yes i would highly recommend you support the engine to prevent the engine from lowering to much. you will also need to support it so you can install the new mount. use a jack with a block of wood-as wood is softer. it is perfectly safe to support the engine with the jack and wood under the oil pan.

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