Chris Perdue: Now this is awesome...whoever you are youre heavensent for real. I was
wondering how I could replace the mounts at home with little to no cost and
from looking at all the videos this is the one that was helpful the most.
Thank you my brother for the correct knowledge on how to put my wifes car
Luis Valdez: Thanks for taking the time to make this video . We need more people like
you to help us out and save money. These dealerships are just waiting for
us that don't know how easy some repairs can be. Then charge an arm & leg
for something this simple. Keep up the good work!
mohunter68 .: I'll be changing out the lower motor mount this weekend. Hopefully that
takes care of the problem. If not, then I'll be paying the bill to get the
middle motor mount changed because that's a bit out of my league as far as
mohunter68 .: Hopefully you only have to replace the upper and lower engine mounts? If
you have to replace the middle engine mount it requires taking off the
timing cover and power steering pump. That's where I'm at right now. Price
quote was 3 hrs. labor at a dealership at the tune of $230 bucks just for
labor. That center mount is a Bitch to change!
4mbrad: Good video! I've just replaced the transmission mount on my 2000 Neon.
Check it out: http://youtu.be/T6ljB2y3Lbc
MrJason9142002: Your oil stick is vibrating! HAHAHAHA
Elwyn Carrol: do you have to do the middle engine mount
jeezyy88: The bolt from the Middle mount is broken too, S!!!!!
jeezyy88: Tomorrow i will order the parts thank you ;)
Victor Lewis: Just did mine this afternoon!! Thanks to this video saved me $300!!
bryang bgadnertriplet: This is a good video but your only solving half the problem.
TheNoilad: did you have to put something up to hold the engine in case it falls out. i
was told to put a block under it to hold it up..
Becky Johnson: I called and asked about this yesterday and the guy said he charges 240.00
for parts and labor, Yeah I think I got this myself. I can handle it.
Thanks for the UL . =)
bryang bgadnertriplet: Those are the easy mounts, the middle motor mount is a ball buster. Remove
transmission mount out, disconnect torque and dogbone mount. Remove bolt
from middle motor mount. Lower engine on floor jack and push the engine
toward drivers side of engine compartment to make room for the middle motor
mount bolts to be removed from car and then remove middle motor mount. You
barely have enough clearance to pull bolts and mount out of engine
Alamo Taxis: And thnk you for the video..:)
Alamo Taxis: Awesome this guy is charging me $130.00 for labor. And yes iam a lady and i
will work on my own car yhey so excited cant wait for sunday to do this.
Procrastinatorgarage .: I did get lucky with this car. I went 120,000 before I had to put any big
money towards it. Cat and 02 sensors first. The tranny has just started to
act up. Not sure if it is because I have used Lucas oil and the tranny
treatment stuff. I drive it hard too. First year we got the car it had
36,000 and put 100,000 on it the first year. I just did the rack and pinion
steering unit which was a big pain with no lift lol. You are so right about
them having a bad name but I have loved this little thing
rrllmm11: those were the torque mounts, its still held on with a motor mount between
the struts and transmission mount on the opposite side
kolin08: you can jack the car up with a regular jack, like what you use to change
tires? where would you put the jack?
CountrySideClub: No problem and please subscribe to watch further repairs on the neon and/or
get assistance. Thanks for watching!
Mari Curls: Thank you for uploading this
Zachary Villarreal: did you have to raise the motor for the lower motor mount? i just replaced
the upper and now need to replace the lower
Patrick Elliott: Thank you for this video, I'm now confident I can do this job myself! ~Pat
Abel Tamaca: I'm gonna work on my 03 neon :-) thanks for the video
Frankie Arnone: there called engine tourqe strut mounts....there for engine vibrations and
they have to be aligned ( in the Haynes manual) top mount calls for
119mm... google it. you shoulda removed the tire. makes it way easer.
CountrySideClub: Glad it helped, and you saved big bucks! Thanks for watching and
commenting...be sure to subscribe to see more vids on this car or if you
have any questions...CJ
CountrySideClub: Good luck you can do this!!!
Toolwise: Great vid. Do the struts have to be torqued to certain specs?
laidoutcrewcab: how many mounts total????
CountrySideClub: 2 engine 1 transmission but remember it also has strut mounts, I just
replaced the engine lower and upper in this video
Pablo Garcia: hey man, great video. im changing both of these tomorrow and this really
helped me out. I've just got one question tho. my engine started sliding
forward and hitting the radiatior fan, am I gonna have to jack up the
engine to replace the bottom motor mount?
CountrySideClub: hmmm...well autozone needs to change the name of it..I get confused...tks
for the comment...
CountrySideClub: always put the jack on the frame of the car and a hydralic jack is best if
you have acess to it. Good luck
Mari Curls: Was the neon vibrating really loudly? Mine is doing that
Mike Sanders: Corrective Points.. You failed to show the lower 21m bolt on the right
side. Also you are using a standard ratchet to tighten the bolts. Per
manufacturer specification; motor mount bolts should be tightened to a
specific spec to prevent over bearing the mounts and causing stress and
movement and a blown mount without street bump play.
iGorot: Thx for the vid...but i happen to catch a squeeking sound at the end of the
video...i don't know if that's normal or not, but mine does the same thing
too, have a 03 neon sx 2.0 - thanks!
CountrySideClub: Thanks for watching hope it helped! Please subscribe to my channel to watch
more helpful vids. Thanks!
trifex8: I replaced these torque mounts after watching this video, but only solved
50% of noises. Yesterday I replaced motormount and transmission mount.
Those are the ballbuster mounts, car drives like brand new, no dash noise..
CountrySideClub: Great you go girl :). Feel free to pm me if you get stuck and have any
questions, and you got it! Please subscribe to my channel to follow the
"Journey" to get get more vids on that car as I have many lol.
sharon grabowski: As a female watching this. This will be very helpful come saturday when i
do all this! Thax!!!
contactpq: Thanks for posting this vid!! just saved me $180 bucks .. I ordered the
parts, watched your vid, went outside and did it my dang self!! Took about
10-15 mins .. thanks again!
CountrySideClub: Glad it helped, pls subscribe!
CountrySideClub: That car was sitting at 170K, but hold up I am sure you are not telling me
that you was able to make it to 210 miles without having to replace the
block or tranny, if so you should be the neon's spokesman! lol :)
FallinFromTheSkyy: great video helps out alot
CountrySideClub: Yep it sure was, but make sure It isn't the wheel bearings that sound like
a roaring noise, the motor mount sounds are particularly made when going
over bumps in the road. Please be sure to subscribe and to check out my
other vids on this car. Thanks for watching good luck and let me know If
you have any questions.
sharon grabowski: Thank you.. I know I can do it. Im looking forward to working on my car! I
like working on my car! Lol
roargathor: You dont have to jack the engine up? How does the pressure stay off the
mounts while you replace them?
gregnice25: when you say strut mount, is that different from the parts this guy is
showing in the video?
CountrySideClub: Thanks for commenting
CountrySideClub: Thanks for watching!
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