Question about Volvo XC90
15 minute (ish) job depending what
condition the original is in. You need a spanner and socket to undo the
one bolt. A hacksaw blade is required to cut the old one out and a jack
to support the engine - support not lift or you'll damage the other
mounts. Finanlly, last but no means least...brut strength trying to put
the new one in.
The top engine stabliser bar isn't load carrying so you can get away without supporting the engine. It's pretty straight forward to do:
You will need use a WD40, long bolt and two huge washers to gradually work the bush back into position. Other details can find in autozone.com (free register).
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Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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