Question about Ford Thunderbird
First put a safely rigged jack under the engine to support the weight, and raise it slightly. Loosen the engine bolts and continue to remove them. You only need to raise it slightly so don't go ballistic on the jack. Once the engine clears the mount you need to change, remove the bolts that hold the mount to the frame and replace the mount. Repeat the steps in reverse to finish.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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