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How do you remove engine mount for water pump replacing?

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Answered 2007-01-15 21:29:18

support the bottom of the engine with a floor jack and a piece of wood, then remove the bolt that goes through the mount, then remove the bolts and one nut that holds the bracket to the engine...your may have to lower or raise the height of the engine to get the mount out...it is tricky so take your time and be careful not to damage anything....if you get fustrated its time for a beer break.

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