Is there an alarm or sensor that tells you if the engine mount is faulty? Has anyone else experienced this - as soon as we remove the engine cont. No 2 . fuse the sound stops! But then the car won't start!!
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Re: Engine mount sensor
On a Maxima, The sensor on a engine mount.
The funtion is reduce the vibration on the bady.
Given a soft or hard condition to the mount. depend as need.
I never hear a noise like alarm, for wrong engine mount in thie car.
I hop this information work for you.
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