This is a brief picture of how to take apart the "Motor Mount" of a 2004 Ford Focus. We get into more detail, breaking it down to a normal level , from what the "Dealer Mechanic" will tell you!!!. My friend Hector is the mechanic for this video.
- In all it took about 45mins total, and is on a "Easy/Medium" work skill level.
- In order to do this Job , make sure you have the proper tools , and jacks for this procedure.
2002 Ford Focus Bad Motor Mount
Given this shaking, i'm led to believe my passenger side motor mount is bad. Thoughts?
Update: It was the motor mount! Replaced it with an OEM unit from Tousely Ford and all my problems were solved!
Ford Focus Motor Mount, 00-07, PLEASE WATCH!!!!
This is a video I made to display some of the troubles and complaints i've had from fixing my focus agian, and agian. I hope you can learn from my mistakes and that the part no. saves you some time and research.
Replacing A Broken Motor Mount
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 43 years, shows how you can easily replace a broken motor mount on your car. Visit Scottykilmer.com for answers to all your car questions.
How to install motor mounts and transmission transaxle mounts
Anthony @ DIYautotech taking you through the steps on how to remove & replace motor mounts & transmission/trans axle mounts on front wheel drive applications. Every car may vary slightly, but the concepts are still the same.
If you have any questions please leave a message below & I'll try to get back to you with the best of my knowledge!
PT Cruiser Engine Mounts. Part 2
PT Cruiser engine mounts are not designed to last very long. This is just a rough look at what worn mounts can look like. It is reasonably an easy job to do, BUT if you are going to replace the 3rd mount, which is more or less centre of the motor, be prepared to drop the motor to change it. There is next to no room to even undo, let alone removing and replacing the mid mount. ALL 3 mounts are on the one side of the engine, Why 3??? I dont know but dont be shy to try do it yourself. As top and bottom are reasonably easy to change.
Why i put this together, was because i couldnt find next to no info on the PT,s engine mounts, so this will give a very rough look at how it all goes.
How to replace an O2 Sensor and save money.
I show you how to replace your O2 Sensor. This is being performed on a 1997 Chevy Tahoe. Automotive oxygen sensors, colloquially known as O2 sensors, make modern electronic fuel injection and emission control possible. They determine if the air fuel ratio exiting a gas-combustion engine is rich (with unburnt fuel vapor) or lean (with excess oxygen).
How to Replace Motor Mounts : How to Support the Engine when Replacing Motor Mounts
Supporting the engine is essential when replacing motor mounts on your car. Find out how to support your engine when removing and installing motor mounts in these free auto repair video instructions featuring a certified mechanic.
Expert: Nathan McCullough
Bio: Nathan McCullough graduated from Nashville Auto-Diesel College with a GPA of 3.5 and received their Craftsmanship Award and Honor Seal.
Filmmaker: Robert Rogers
PT CRUISER- engine mounts.
Ever wondered why your PT Cruiser seems a bit jumpy or jerky? Its quite possible, you have engine mounts that have seen better days.
This is just a quick view, under the bonnet of a PT Cruiser, showing stuffed engine mounts.
How to check loose or bad motor engine mount- East Lansing Michigan
Sam from http://www.professionalfleet.com in East Lansing Michigan shows how to check loose engine or motor mount. The video shows what a loose mount will look like.
The best way is to put the vehicle in drive or reverse and hold one foot tight on the brake pedal and the other foot tap on the accelerator pedal.If possible use parking brake.
Go back and forth from reverse to drive and only rev the engine up once you have shifted the vehicle safely into one of the gears. Look for excessive play in the engine mount, rips or tears
Motor Mount (side) Replacement : 2001 Honda Civic LX SEDAN 4-door
CGHQ Website: http://www.classicgamershq.com
This is the installation of a new side motor mount for a 4-door 7th generation Honda Civic. Careful! It has pressurized hydraulic fluid in its boot.
Broken Motor Mount or Normal?
I made this to see what my motor was doing. I can't tell if my motor mount is broken. I get a lot of vibrations when I idle at a light. Especially if the a/c is on. On this 2004 Honda Accord EX-L 2.4L I believe the front mount is computer controlled. SO there may be something wrong with the vacuum lines or whatever it is. What do you guys think? Comment please. Thanks!
Hpno & Jaz Adventures! Changing the top right motor mount on a 2005 Dodge Neon SXT
This is my first auto repair video. I'm not a professional videographer nor a mechanic. Under no circumstance am I saying I am a professional. We usually do things ourselves to save money and because we know how to do them, but when we don't we do see a professional mechanic. This video does not replace in any way the advice of a professional mechanic. You might experience more car shaking after replacing a motor mount, specially if you only replace one and you have other bad motor mounts. Mine were replaced about 3 1/2 years ago by the dealer. They should not wear that quick, but I drive my car a lot and I drive it hard so that's why I had to replace them again. Plus when I bought my car it had already been hit apparently (my mechanic said so) and the frame of the car in one side is pushed in which might cause more vibration and more wear and tear. I purchased this motor mount from Advanced Auto Parts and it cost me $37.99 plus tax so around 41 bucks. I know at Auto Zone is the same price at least in my area and you can find them at ebay or another store for cheaper. If you are going to get it replaced at a professional, I do advice for you to ask if you can buy your own part. I know when I used to go to Tire Kingdom I would always buy my part and just pay for labor because they double the prices on parts now that I moved, I don't have the same luck. Some places will not accept that. But if you know where they buy their parts which is usually an auto part store near them, just buy it yourself. Get a quote and the parts you need and then give it to them to use. Price might vary in your state. The other motor mounts will be checked and replaced as well at a later time. If I do a video of the replacement I will post it. I believe that one can learn about cars and learn enough to do your own repairs. But nothing compares with professional advice.