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    Engine Mount

    Hi guys, I'm quite new to the site. I'm just wondering where I could possibly get a new engine mount, OEM or better yet .. one of those urethane mounts for my 1974 Dodge Colt, Mitsubishi Colt Glant or GC Galant in AU I think, it has a 1.6 Saturn engine. I could use a pair though 'coz the left side has several cracks on it and the right side has started to flake off. thanks.

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    any parts place should be able to get them but a second hand one from a wreckers should get you out of trouble

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    I'm surprised, but Auto Zone actually has them...

    http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalo ... otalPages=[I@13f966f&currentPage=1&vehicleNValue=&navValue=15 300154&parentId=53-0&fromString=&fromWhere=null&filterByKeyWord=&cate goryNValue=&categoryDisplayName=External+Engine&_r equestid=21349

    ...and if you're replacing both motor mounts, you may as well replace the tranny mount at the same time - especially while they have those in stock too. :tu:

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    great, thank you for the heads-up. There's an Auto Zone a mile from where i live, I was also planning to drop by to get me a new fuel filter, this old tank has given me problems lately.

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    ..oh is this how the tranny mount you mentioned looks like?


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    Quote Originally Posted by saturn
    ..oh is this how the tranny mount you mentioned looks like?

    I don't know if that's exactly what it looks like or not. Does it look like the one that's mounted to the crossmember and transmission of your car?

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    not quite sure, haven't seen it yet. Is there any other way to tell if it needs a replacement, I mean aside from looking at it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saturn
    Is there any other way to tell if it needs a replacement, I mean aside from looking at it?
    The fact that it's 35 years old??? :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by datsunfreak
    Quote Originally Posted by saturn
    Is there any other way to tell if it needs a replacement, I mean aside from looking at it?
    The fact that it's 35 years old??? :mrgreen:
    ...and the fact that if the two main insulators look as bad as you say they do, my guess would be that the third insulator will look as bad - if not worse, as it has been working harder to compensate for the other two -- and all three rubber parts are 35 years old. :roll:

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    hmm... well just to be sure, I'll have the mechanic look into it. thanks.
    would've been great if they made urethane engine mounts for this application.

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