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Old 02-23-2003, 10:27 PM   #1
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They are getting really bad. I had to take off fast earlier and now I feel more movement. Anybody know the procedure for changing them or do I have to take to shop. Can I wait until Saturday to do this? What possible damage cld tke place?
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Just take it easy between now and then. Use a jack and a piece of wood to distribute the load as you raise it. Lift it just enough to take the weight off the mounts. Do them one at a time.
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Does this procedure require loosing the motor mounts? Or I am strictly focusing the job on raising the engine enough to get to trans mounts and do I need any "SPECIAL" tools?
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You should just need a torque wrench to torque the mounts down to the proper specs when you are done.

Autozone loans out torque wrenches for a 100 or so dollar deposit.
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You won't have to mess with the motor mounts at all, and the torque is something I overlooked. That'* correct. You need the proper torque on these.
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Im getting 3part#'* 22145828, 22175154, & 22175156. How many trans mounts does this car have?
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Should be 5:

Trans strut mount 22175156
Upper brace 25536013
Lower brace 25619904
Front mount 22175154
Rear mount 22145828

These parts are very model/year dependent. This is specifically for a 95 SSEi. Nobody else but that year and model should use these numbers. You may not want to mess with the braces. Just the mounts.
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