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Replace Ford motor mounts by parking on a level surface, raising the car with a jack and placing it on jack stands. Disconnect the battery and remove any components blocking access to the mounts. Use a jack to lift the s... More »

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Ford casting numbers are located in the head of the engine and act as serial numbers for the type of motor to which it mounts. For example, C8ZZ-A is a casting number for a head used on the 1965 Ford Mustang 289 engine. More »

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The first step in installing a motor mount is to ensure the firewall has enough room for you to raise the engine. When raising, avoid tearing any radiator hoses, crimping any air conditioning lines or cracking any of the... More »

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Replace motor mounts by locating the mounts, securing the vehicle on jack stands, removing the mounts and lifting the engine. Replace the mounts and reverse the steps to finish the job. Worn mounts require replacement to... More »

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You can replace engine mounts in about three hours with a moderate level of difficulty, according to Mobil Oil. Alternatively, a mechanic may charge between $200 and $500 to replace a motor mount, depending on the model ... More »

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Some of the symptoms of a bad motor mount include breaking of the mount, thumping noises and stressed components such as wiring connectors, heater and radiator hoses and the exhaust system. In a rear-wheel-drive applicat... More »

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Ford owners can find the motor identification number of most engines under the coil attaching bolts. The number is a code that describes the vehicle's design, model year, production date, engineering part number and serv... More »

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