The 1993 Pontiac Grand Am for cylinder engine has four motor mounts. There is a motor mount on each corner of the engine.
you need to remove the top engine mount
Where is the motor mount located on 1995 grand am
You must loosen the top motor mount and tilt the engine forward.
there is the top mount on the passenger side of the motor, a dog-bone mount at the rear of the engine and a trans mount seen at the inside of the left front fender well
Yes..you should be able to. You'll have to take off the starter, remove the front engine mount to be able to lift the engine slightly then remove the oil pan.
no. the entire thing needs to be replaced
it has 4 mounts , 2 engine mounts, and 2 transmission mount
What size engine? If the engine is a 3.4 litre, the sensor is located directly under the power steering pump. Power steering pump, must be removed before you can gain access to the camshaft sensor. I also removed the engine mount, to ease removal of power steering pump. Caution!!! (support engine with jack before removing engine mount.)
Yes...you can put just about any engine in anything with the proper skills, time and money. If the Cutlass you have has an Olds engine in it now then the transmission will bolt right up to the Pontiac engine. If it's a Chevy engine you'll need a B.O.P. transmission. You will need to change the motor mount location. Depending on the year of the Cutlass it may actually have the bolt holes drilled in the frame for the Pontiac engine mounts. For reference, find an older Grand Prix with a Pontiac 301 engine. This will have the correct mounts and location. You will also have to change the exhaust head pipe locations.
broken transmission mount there is a front left, rear left and a center mount
Hey Mano==Renove the upper thrust mount and with the trans in park, push the car foreward and stop it with the parking brak when the engine is rotated foreward. GoodluckJoe
yes if its the lower one.
Yes. You will need to mount the engine 60degrees, however.
On top of the tranny where the 2nd motor mount is disconnect battery and take out bolts
Chances are you cant. An import transmission will be in now way compatible with an American engine. The bell housing wouldn't match up and it would be near impossible to mount this transmission.
I had to remove the coil packs, just 4 bolt and tip it over to the side then you can lay over the engine to feel for the plugs. I was told to unbolt the top too engine mount and rock the car forward, it will tip the engine forward and you can see all 3 plugs.
pulling the hex compression bolt is impossible. purchase new bracket and new mount
Yes, however it would require custom fiberglass.
Place a floor jack under your engine with a board resting on the jack under your engine between the oil pan and the transmission pan and slowly raise the jack until it supports your engine. remove the motor mount. perform repair. replace mount. remove jack and board. wish we would have rememberedthis earlier.
sounds like a motor mount is broken or a transmition mount. have those checked.
inspect the upper motor mount
The engine mount holds the engine in place.