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Re: Thanks

To: Larry Hoy <>
Subject: Re: Thanks
From: Frank Krajewski <>
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1999 10:33:34 -0500
Larry: My procedure assumes healthy motor mounts. If they delaminate
that easily they should be changed anyway. It is such a tedious task to
disconnect/reconnect the mounts  to access those 3 front pan bolts I
always do it this way if possible. I agree that marginal mounts may self
destruct. And by all means I assumed that we all always use jack stands
when working beneath a car.
Frank "Swamp Yankee" Krajewski

Larry Hoy wrote:

> Frank, technically you are correct.  I have done the same
> thing on occasion.  I have also had the rubber on the mounts
> de-laminate from the steel pad ... not a good thing.  I
> suspect it was from the procedure you have outlined.
> Larry Hoy
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:
> > []On
> > Behalf Of frank krajewski
> > Mike:
> > You don't really need to undo the motor mounts. Just jack
> until they are
> > stretched to the max, you will know this because the car
> will start to
> > lift. That provides ample room to reach the bolts in the
> front. Been there
> > numerous times.
> > Frank "Swamp Yankee" Krajewski

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