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Old 04-14-2008, 08:21 PM   #1
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2002 SL2
Default Replacing Engine/Trans.Mounts

This week-end, if the weather co-operates, I plan on replacing all TAM components on my 2002 SL-2. My question is, do I loosen and re-torque the two nuts on the engine strut bracket (fore/aft preload) while it's still on the jackstands, or do I wait until the car is sitting on all four tires? Any advice that might make the lower transmission mount easier to change,would be great. At first look, the inner fenderwell looks like it could be in the way when raising the transmission.


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