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Old 01-09-2014, 06:34 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Whats up guys. I just got my oil changed in my 05 and the mechanic said that my upper motor mount needs to be replaced. If im standing in front of the car, wouldn't that be the left mount near the power steering container? Thanks.
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Whats up guys. I just got my oil changed in my 05 and the mechanic said that my upper motor mount needs to be replaced. If im standing in front of the car, wouldn't that be the left mount near the power steering container? Thanks.

Yes. Buy the part off eBay and do it yourself if you have the tools. If not, labor shouldn't be more than $50 and part shouldn't be more than $50
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Whats up guys. I just got my oil changed in my 05 and the mechanic said that my upper motor mount needs to be replaced. If im standing in front of the car, wouldn't that be the left mount near the power steering container? Thanks.
+1 on what Deadbolt said. Take some time to inspect the other mounts. Some mechanics wait until the mount fails before they report it. FYI, Left and Right on car are always as seen from standing behind the car looking forward.
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Yes. Buy the part off eBay and do it yourself if you have the tools. If not, labor shouldn't be more than $50 and part shouldn't be more than $50
Thanks guys. The dealership wanted close to $400 to do it.
I figured it wouldn't be that difficult to do.
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+1 on what Deadbolt said. Take some time to inspect the other mounts. Some mechanics wait until the mount fails before they report it. FYI, Left and Right on car are always as seen from standing behind the car looking forward.
Thanks for that tip also.
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