Question about 1997 Saturn SL
There are 4 of them, 1 on the bottom, one on the top, and one on each side. If one is shot you most likely want to replace all of them. Put the car on jacks remove both front wheels and make sure the motor is stabilized, even slightly lifted, with a floor jack and some pieces of wood. You do not want the motor moving around in relationship to the car when you take the mounts off. Remove the battery and its tray and the inspection/service panels behind each front wheel. All the mounts are now exposed, make sure you tighten but not over much when you put the new ones in. You will have to lift the engine slightly when you do the one on the bottom.
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