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Old 02-29-2004, 05:50 PM   #1
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Default HELP!!!!!!!! Motor mount HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? What part is it? I also have a problem when I am at high speeds the car jerks and stops. While in park if i rev da engine up it will jerk really hard like the whole car will move. I also broke a motor mount will that make my car shudder at high speeds and also a grinding noise 2? PLEASE HELP BEFORE KENNS ADVENTURE IS OVER WITH HIS BONNIE
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I'm not that 'up' on your year but a broken motor mount is bad. Where did it break? Is the mount itself broken?
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the front mount broke cause the engine is lift high towards the firewall and the tranny mounts might b broke what will that cause
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That will cause the motor and transmision to bounce and the car to shudder like mad. The motor and transmision must be securely mounted at all times. I dont understand how this broke? did you hit a pot hole or something?
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nope i dont know how it happened either
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Excessive starting and stoping will wear it down, its easy to replace.
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