Sorry for the delay in writing.. I like to follow up with the solution after asking a question..
Replaced the front motor/tranny mount on the Bonneville.. Yep, it was broke.. Job was as easy as it gets..
Unbolt the bottom bolt on the mount. Jack engine up (block wood under oil pan) until it take pressure off the mount. Undo the 3 bolts holding the bracket to the block, replace mount, put it all back together.. Took like 20 minutes.
Since this car is now my daughters, I went with a Anchor mount from Amazon.. It was as big and looked just like the OEM mount.. Hey if it will go several years, thats OK. Its an easy fix. I'll update this thread of the Anchor brand has any issues.
Tip of the day.. If you wonder if your front mount is bad, park the car on level ground.. Open hood, and rock the car backwards with your knees.. If you see the engine lifting up anything over 3/4" staring down at that front mount. Its torn.
2003 Ivory -hard loaded but stock- Bonneville SSEi ::Luxury with Attitude::
88 Bright Red Pontiac GTA L98 - "Gone but not forgotten"