Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis
1. Disconnect negative and positive battery cables.
2. Remove air inlet tube.
3. Drain cooling system and remove cooling fan and shroud. Refer to �Section 03-03�.
4. Relieve fuel system pressure and disconnect fuel lines. Refer to �Section 10-01�.
5. Remove upper radiator hose.
6. Remove wiper module and support bracket. Refer to �Section 01-16�.
7. Discharge air conditioning system. Refer to �Section 12-00�.
8. Disconnect air conditioning compressor outlet hose at compressor and remove bolt retaining hose assembly to RH coil bracket.
9. Remove 42-pin engine harness connector from retaining bracket on brake vacuum booster.
10. Disconnect 42-pin connector and transmission harness connector.
11. Disconnect throttle valve cable from throttle body.
12. Disconnect heater outlet hose.
13. Remove nut retaining ground strap to RH cylinder head.
14. Remove upper stud and lower bolt retaining heater outlet hose to RH cylinder head and position out of way.
15. Remove blower motor resistor.
16. Remove bolt retaining RH engine insulator to lower engine bracket.
17. Disconnect exhaust from RH and LH exhaust manifolds.
18. Lower exhaust and wire to crossmember in positions shown.
19. Position a screwtype jackstand and a block of wood under oil pan, rearward of oil drain hole.
20. Raise engine approximately 100mm (4 inch).
21. Insert two wood blocks approximately 60-70mm (2.5-2.75 inch) thick under each engine insulator.
22. Lower engine onto wood blocks and remove jack from under oil pan.
NOTE: It may be necessary to loosen (do not remove) the two nuts on rear transmission insulator. With a screwtype jackstand raise the extension housing of the transmission slightly to remove oil pan.
23. Remove 16 bolts retaining oil pan to engine assembly. Remove oil pan.
24. If necessary, remove two bolts retaining oil pickup tube to oil pump and remove bolt retaining oil pickup tube to main bearing stud spacer. Remove pickup tube.
Worn rubber on motor mounts. Replace mounts.
no its a1997 avalon replacing the mounts
The cost to replace engine mounts on this car can run between $30-$300+. This can cost even more depending on where the mounts are bought, the brand of the mounts, and if someone else does the work.
yep, though you may have to replace the mounts.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_replace_engine_mounts_on_a_2002_dodge_neon Are both of the mounts on the top?
How much should it cost to replace engine mounts on a 1997 audia4 quattro
There is 1 mount on the front of the engine and 2 mounts on the transmission. Put a large block of wood under the oil pan of the engine and jack it up to take the weight off the mounts. Remove the bolt and fasteners on the engine mount. Replace it first. Then replace the 2 mounts on the transmission. The front mount is accessable but the rear mount you have to take the cross member off to get to it.
Take it to the shop
It depends on the exact model to which you are referring. Earlier models had three engine mounts; later models used four. If you are not comfortable or familiar with changing engine mounts, your best bet is to see an authorized mechanic, who can do the work needed.
There are 3, or 4 if you count the rear cradle mount.
There is no fixing a broken motor mount. Replace them with a new ones.
Only if everything is compatiable with both engine sizes and if the motor mounts line up and if they don't then you have to change the motor mounts too