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Old 01-26-2008, 03:45 PM   #1
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I replaced my transmission mount this morning. I have an Automatic transmission. It has been said that you need to remove the battery tray, and maybe even loosen the motor mount to get enough clearance for the mount to slide in. I didn't remove anything up top and of course it didn't slide right in, but with a prybar and a hammer it popped into place. It's all about manipulation.

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I replaced my transmission mount this morning. I have an Automatic transmission. It has been said that you need to remove the battery tray, and maybe even loosen the motor mount to get enough clearance for the mount to slide in. I didn't remove anything up top and of course it didn't slide right in, but with a prybar and a hammer it popped into place. It's all about manipulation.
did you also retorque all of your TAM mounts also?

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did you also retorque all of your TAM mounts also?
No sir

I replaced my motor mount last Sept and when I did this, I loosened and re-tightened the two strut mount bolts.

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