Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
This isn't too difficult of a job. You will need to do one side at a time. If one side is broken, start with that one. Take the bolt that goes through the mount from front to back. Break the two bolts that hold the mount to the engine block loose. Put a jack under the oil pan with a piece of wood on top to prevent damaging the oil pan. Jack the engine up just enough for the motor mount to clear the lower bracket. Remove the two bolts that hold the mount to the engine. Remove the mount and place the new one in place, making sure to keep your hands in a safe place just in case the jack would slip. Start the bolts that hold the mount to the engine block. Lower the engine a little and put the through bolt back in. Lower the engine completely and tighten all bolts. Let me know if you have any more problems with this. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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