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Old 12-27-2006, 09:50 PM   #21
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If it is a front trans mount, do not get it from Autozone. Ask jrs3800 about the bear of a time we had replacing mine...to find out one of the bolt holes did not match up. So for the time being, I am running on 2 bolts instead of 3 since the trans is comming right back out anyways.

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If it is a front trans mount, do not get it from Autozone. Ask jrs3800 about the bear of a time we had replacing mine...to find out one of the bolt holes did not match up. So for the time being, I am running on 2 bolts instead of 3 since the trans is comming right back out anyways.

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Allright,goto the pontiac dealer then or ?



Update : I was able to sell a couple toys so I have $375 - $400 to get these repairs done so I am buying parts on friday and if anyone is willing to help do the trans / oil pan gaskets and the front trans cooler lines plugs / wires / serpintine belt and a oil and *.C. oil changes..

But my main goal here is the trans mount / sway bar links / bushings but have the extra $$ for the rest or at least most of the cost at this time.
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Napa would be a good choice. So long as it does not come from Anchor, which Autozone uses. FWIW, the Anchor rear trans mount (dogbone) fit just fine.
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Napa had everything so will pick up what I do not have and see what can be done to get my baby rolling down the highway again...
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