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Old 08-30-2012, 01:41 PM   #11
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I installed them on my car over 5 years ago.

So you don't get any vibration at all anymore after doing this? Where do you live, you want to do mine?
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Old 08-30-2012, 02:24 PM   #12
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So you don't get any vibration at all anymore after doing this? Where do you live, you want to do mine?
A little vibration at idle and low speeds.

Far away.

No.
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I have the same problem ...have changed my front motor mount at least 4 or 5 times and it is again bucking...smh..
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I have the same problem ...have changed my front motor mount at least 4 or 5 times and it is again bucking...smh..
I have a few questions for you...

1. How many miles are on your car?
2. How many miles do you normally drive before it goes bad again?
3. Do you replace them yourself?
4. If the shop replaces it, how much are you forking over for this repair each time?

This is very discouraging.. Had I knows this was going to be a reoccuring issue like this, I probably would have traded the car off instead of sticking money into body work like I did to hang onto it...
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I have 180k on my car...i go maybe 8k miles before it goes bad but since its fairly easy to change and under warranty for the part my mechanic charges me under 50 dollars but tht still adds up..it just a pain to go thru...i think for sure I'm trying the hockey puck motor mount this time...alot of members of this group use them...this is the most problematic issue of these cars by far.....
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