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Estimate for replacing a motor mount? on a 91 pontiac bonniville? not sure of make

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You will have to ask at a repair shop
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1. GET THE RIGHT RUBBER MOTOR MOUNTS,

2.FIND THE MOTOR MOUNTS LOCATED UNDER YOUR ENGINE. MAYBE THREE. FRONT LEFT, RIGHT AND MIDDLE BEHIND,

3.JACK UP THE ENGINE A LITTLE BIT, PUT MOTOR MOUNT IN AND USE THE SAME SCREW TO TIGHT IT

4. CHANGE ONE AT A TIME.

5. STABLE YOUR CAR, BE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY SAFE, USE EMERGENCY BREAK AND A BLOCK TO STABLE THE CAR UNLEASE YOU HAVE HOIST.

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