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Engine knock ,top left corner of 3.0 engine - 1994 Plymouth Voyager

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Engine mount loose, or the rubber inside the mount is worn/perished. A cheap fix is to get some Sikaflex 290. It is a soft goo/paste which you can fill the mount rubber with and this dries solid. It does allow some movement when the engine is under load but it keeps it solid.

Once you check one mount and fix it (or replace if it is cheaper than Sika) then the other mounts will no doubt fail soon after as the 'new' one will cause increased wear on the others.

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