check the transmission mount for being bad.
If they are both Chevy V8 cars it will bolt up.
i would rather not...
Loosen the transmission mount retaining bolts. Loosen the back to engine retaining bolts. Jack the transmission of approximately 1 inch. Remove the transmission mount bolts. Remove the transmission mount. Reverse the process to install the new transmission mount.
How to replace tranmission mount
replace one side at a time, take the bolt out that goes through the mount and jack motor up on that side and replace the mount.
take it to a mechanic and say, "can you replace the transmission mount on my '94 Ford Escort"
1999 firebird doing the same thing... the trans has a support mount that has a piece of rubber that touches the trans to keep the trans stable. after time the rubber wears out and you will replace the trans mount. dont take it to the dealer it is costly and the part is around $40. you will have to raise the car up to exchange..Look under car to find the part its right between the bucket seats good luck
broken transmission mount there is a front left, rear left and a center mount
You jack up the transmission to relieve the weight and the unbolt it.
Its located on the side of the transmission, real simple to replace.
replace u joints or motor mount or transmission mount
with some modifications and a torque arm mount on the tail shaft, also a different driveshaft
http://www.energysuspension.com/forum/index.php?topic=12.0 Found this real fast. It tells you how to replace the motor mount insert, but explains how to replace the whole thing as well.
it has 4 mounts , 2 engine mounts, and 2 transmission mount
A transmission mount, as its name implies, is a place for the transmission to mount to the vehicle. It is also used to dampen vibrations from the transmission.
If you are speaking of the front mount, it is a transmission mount, and you must lower the subframe to R&R.
i would like to know the answer for myself
you need to remove the top engine mount
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.
Begin by loosening your 1991 Chevy Camaro transmission mount bolt. Jack the transmission up a few inches. Remove the transmission mount bolt and the transmission mount bushing. Put the new transmission mount bushing in and reverse the process.
pulling the hex compression bolt is impossible. purchase new bracket and new mount
It is possible. Replace any broken mount, and this will eliminate the possibility.