Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I agree....I have done the same thing...Some vehicles have portholes with rubber plugs for that type bolt removal...but very few....It should be done to all ft wheel drives...
However first be sure that you have all mounts loose...there my be another lower mount...I have seen up to 4 different type mount brackets on some engines...Also it seems that you have to jack all of them up way too much and very unsafe looking but that is just the way it is..Some times it is a good idea to loosen the trans mounts to give you another couple inches but cutting the hole is a great idea because you will need it for future use.....Start out with a drill pilot hole and use a hole saw bit for your holes...very simple...Hope this helps..........cert.tech..level2....Metalpoet............
Posted on May 30, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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