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1.9D Top engine mount question
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Underneath the drivers side top engine mount there is a rubber 'buffer' (I believe it is called) which absorbs engine shake. Mine is broken and needs replacing. Has anyone done this job before and can offer any advice, or an estimate of how long the job should take a mechanic? Does the cambelt housing have to come off, or with the three bolts removed can the mount be manipulated through the gap? Many thanks.

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I've done that job, pretty easy half hour job, it'll wiggle out but you'll need to support the engine at that side.
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