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Old 04-11-2016, 01:40 PM   #1
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Broken motor mount???

The other day under hard acceleration, I heard somewhat of a metal clunk sound and the car jerked to the right. The car puts down 715/585 at the wheels. I thought I blew my motor at first. No smoke, fluids leaking, CEL, starts and idles fine...even seems to drive fine when just cruising. But once you accelerate, the car wants to pull right. It doesn't pull at all when I'm coasting. No suspension parts appear to be broken. Could it be a broken motor mount??
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I'd think you could see the motor really torquing over if you had a mount broken...rear end axle? jack it up let it idle in gear

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We could all sit here in the comfort of our homes and speculate on this forum all day long, or, you could go out and start digging for the problem with your own two eyes. I say option 2 would be much more accurate.


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We could all sit here in the comfort of our homes and speculate on this forum all day long, or, you could go out and start digging for the problem with your own two eyes. I say option 2 would be much more accurate.


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Agreed.... It's just that I can't start looking into it in depth for a couple weeks. So far from what I've seen is that all the suspension parts seem to be intact. That's why I was thinking motor mount...id never experienced a broken one before.
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