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Old 04-10-2008, 03:15 PM   #1
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Looking at a cheap SSEi. Does anyone have a diagram on how to change the lower motor mounts on a 1995 Bonneville SSEi? Is this something I can do myself? Thanks


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The lower mounts are trans mounts, not motor mounts. And yes, both can be done on ramps with a jack in your driveway. It'* a little tricky wiggling the front one into position. I find a 2x4 to lever the trans and motor around makes it easier.

Motor mounts:
1. Torque-axis mount around the water pump.
2. Rear mount below the rear cylinder head. It'* really not much more than a bracket that bolts to another bracket around the tailshaft housing.

Trans mounts:
1. Front is clearly visible down below on the driver'* side.
2. Rear is below the firewall on the driver'* side.
3. Dogbone off the tailshaft housing to the subframe.
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The lower mounts are trans mounts, not motor mounts. And yes, both can be done on ramps with a jack in your driveway. It'* a little tricky wiggling the front one into position. I find a 2x4 to lever the trans and motor around makes it easier.

Motor mounts:
1. Torque-axis mount around the water pump.
2. Rear mount below the rear cylinder head. It'* really not much more than a bracket that bolts to another bracket around the tailshaft housing.

Trans mounts:
1. Front is clearly visible down below on the driver'* side.
2. Rear is below the firewall on the driver'* side.
3. Dogbone off the tailshaft housing to the subframe.

Thanks I am going to attempt this on the weekend.
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anyone have part numbers for these mounts, or know the nest place to look/get them ?
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