- ImmortaltC wrote:
- mischman wrote:
- The one by the power steering pump? SOunds like a PITA. It looks like it would be easy given its location. That sucks.
If the car didn't have power steering or AC it would be about a 15 minute job. That's the sad part. Both of those lines are in the way...AND...bracketed to the mount. If not for those headaches, you would simply support the engine, remove bolts and lift. BUT NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, we can't have it that easy. LOL
Anyway, it is Hydraulic and I suggest that anyone having vibes,squeaks and rattles while under load(especailly automatic) this is a likely culprit.
I know this is an old thread, but I'm trying to tackle this myself and hoping maybe someone that had done this can also chime in.
I'm able to get all 7 of the bolts off, but I can't seem to get enough clearance to the power steering and A/C lines to get the top (silver) part of the mount out. I've tried lowering the engine as low my jack can go and still can't get enough clearance.
Does the power steering and A/C lines get a lot looser when the bracket with the 10mm bolt is off? It seems like it would be easier to remove that bolt once the top part of the mount is off as it's a huge PITA to get to at the moment.