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Engine mount Hello I have a 2004 mazda3 with 35k miles. I was told I need to replace a motor mount. Could you pls give me an estimate on what this might cost me. Also a thermostadt.

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  • vivferro Oct 08, 2008

    Hi Damien  sorry for delay in answering.  The Mazda dealer told me.  The car run on normal temp. I have never seen the needle even move near the center.  They also told me about the motor mounts, but I don't feel any jerking when I shift to drive or even reverse.  I used to work and a mazda dealership and was married to a mechanic.  I'm not that gullible but as tipical as a woman they always try to see if they can get u.


    Thanks 

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Hey

Can i ask who told you to replace them? is the car over heating that you need to replace the thermostat?? and as for the motor mount are you sure its gone?? just asking cos of the very low mileage, its very suspicious that some one could be doing you over.

Damien

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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    Damien R Sep 03, 2008

    wrong post there sorry bout that:)

  • Damien R
    Damien R Sep 03, 2008

    wrong post there sorry bout that:)

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