Below guide will teach you How to Replace an Engine Mount. Please follow the instructions carefully.
Things You’ll Need:
- Floor Jack
- Socket and Ratchet Set
- Jack Stand Set
- Pry Bar
- 3/8 in. Drive Ratchet
- Motor and Transmission Mount
- DIY Costs: Est. $30.67 parts only
- Shop Costs: Est. $218.01 parts and labor
- Secure the vehicle on a flat surface and apply parking brake.
- Prop the engine hood up and look for the engine mounts.
- Told your assistant to sit in a vehicle and depress the brake pedal. Then, told him to slightly depress the gas pedal with transmission in gear.
- Observe the vibration, sound and movement in the engine mounts. Technically, the job of engine mounts is to take up all the vibration produced in engine while being in normal operating position. If the engine mounts are damaged, they cause excessive vibration and noise.
- Switch the engine off and discard the negative battery cable from the terminal.
- Secure the engine oil pan over a jack and a wooden block. Unfasten the bolts holding the engine mounts to the frame. Raise the engine up with jack and discard the bolts on the frame of the vehicle.
- Take the engine mount out of the vehicle.
- Position the new engine mount into the frame and lower the jack until engine comes back to its place. Secure the engine mount to the frame with bolts.
- Reassemble all the removed components and parts.
- Take a small drive and make certain that the new engine mount is properly installed.