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Old 05-03-2003, 05:21 AM   #1
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ok guys, i dont have this gen of bonne but a guy i work has a 95
im going to be changing the transmission oil pan gasket because it leaks, but im wondering what kind of ATF goes back in it, so i can double check what he gets for it

but my real question is, how hard is it to change the motor mount on the front drivers side of the motor?
the mount has seperated and needs replaced and you can rock the motor easily, i might do this for him if its relativly easy
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The mount is easy.

1. Jack the driver'* side up and don't forget the jack stands!

2. Maybe 3-5 bolts to unfasten. I believe 3 are on the top 1/2 of the mount and 2 are on the bottom of the mount.

3. Place block of wood on oil pan and use that as a lift point with your floor jack. Don't worry; the pan will be fine.

4. Gently jack the engine about 2-3 inches. There will be no clearance problems.

5. Ease out the old mount.

6. Bolt up the new mount. Voila!
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thanks man, i used your info today
but, what really would have helped is if i knew the bottom of the mount had to go in first. me and my coworker tried for about 30min with the top on first and it just didnt work, i finally put the bottom on first and it worked first time
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Great. I love to see people save money using their own hands and brains
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