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How to replace the right front motor mount on a 1993 mercury sable?

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2005-11-20 17:33:14
2005-11-20 17:33:14

To change the right front motor mount on a mercury sable. 1. you will need a jack and 22mm and a 5/8 socket. 2. you want to place the jack under the catalyst converter or somewhere on the motor that will lift the motor separatly from the crossbar that the front mount is attached to. 3. apply a little lift to the jack raising the car(3 or 4 hydraulics jack lifts). 4. using the 22 mm socket wrench take the bottom nut off the mount which is located under the right side of the crossbar. 5. using the 5/8 socket remove the top bolt that attaches the mount to the motor. 6. raise the jack 2 or 3 more times( giving you more room to move the old mount out). 7 . remove the old mount paying close attention to the way it is positioned, being sure not to put the new mount in wrong. 8. apply the new mount. 9. apply the top bolt and tighten . 10. lower the jack until the mount is seated correctly onto crossbar. 11. apply bottom nut and tighten. 12. glad i could help!

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