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Motor mount change on a 1990 s-10 (drivers side). How do you change it ?

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First, loosen the bolt. Next lift or jack the engine up a little bit until the bolt moves freely. When the bolt moves take it out. Lift or jack the engine up until you can take the mount out and replace. You may also have to loosen the other side as well (loosen not take it out) You also might have to disconnect exhaust depending on modifications and such. Hope this helps Please rate!!

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