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Old 08-22-2013, 02:35 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where the engine mounts are? And the tranny mounts?? Im thinking hear might be causing my engine to shake when shifter out of 1 & 2 gear. 2000 v6 manual
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Hit the gas and if the engine does not shake the engine motor mounts are good. BTW the engine mounts are next to the frame and K member
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It dies shake alittle, and shifter handle shakes alot
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Now you need to figure out if it is driver or pass. side. You need a engine hoist to change the mount. Unless any one knows a easier way.
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Jacking up the engine with a jack and a block of wood one side at a time though
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Any idea on the tranny mounts?
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It's about 2/3s the way down the transmission. Same basic concept. Jack up the transmission disconnect the cross member and bolts holding it together.
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Any idea on the tranny mounts?
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Hit the gas and if the engine does not shake the engine motor mounts are good. BTW the engine mounts are next to the frame and K member

I'm sorry I'm just getting a chance to replace my mounts now. Where/what is the K member? Is the mount on the frame?
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This is a k-member. Look at the first bar you see. The metal connected to it is where the mounts are. The metal with the long hole.


You can also just look for the oil pan. look up a little on your left and right towards the front of the engine.
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