Question about Pontiac Grand Am
They are located on the base of the engine block. in order to replace them you will need to lift the entire engine up off of them with an engine lift after un bolting them from the engine, then unbolt them from the frame and replace them starting by bolting them to the frame then lower the engine back on to them and bolting it back on to them
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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