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I have an 01 focus and it has a terrible vibration and a few guys told me it prob is the top mount on the passengers side... Has anyonr heard of this prob?

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I have 6 ford focus's and I have changed 3 motor mounts so far, 2, 2005's I bought directly from ford fixed the vibrations....it was like a new car. The other one a 2003 model I bought from Autozone, it still vibrates allthough it is 98% better. I will always buy the motor mounts directly from Ford.



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Posted on Mar 20, 2011

  • klry01 Mar 20, 2011

    I should also add it was the top passenger side mounts that I changed.

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