Motor Mounts Front & Back Installation Part 2 of 3

DENicholsPublished: March 22, 2018Updated: March 27, 201817,920 views
Published: March 22, 2018Updated: March 27, 2018

See Motor Mounts Front and Back uninstallation part 1 here:
https://youtu.be/s5MZJ9ge5Sc

Back and front motor mount final installation here:
https://youtu.be/tK3fUsbuVCI It turned out mostly to be about the end link installation.

If my more entertaining version of this video isn't blow by blow enough for you, I did find this picture and text version helpful on a few points I wasn't sure how to proceed. If you're actually going to do this job, this may help, but I feel direction and wisdom on how to get this circus of parts to line up for my video is helpful in a different way:
https://youtu.be/XhtwKGrHkss

Half the mess I cleaned up under the engine was from my timing chain tensioner. Link to the video for installation:
https://youtu.be/pWe-QSyn2to

The article I wrote, which is directly related to these front and rear transmission mounts:
http://carmpg.blogspot.com/2015/12/motor-and-transmission-mounts-on-chevy.html

The article I wrote when I last had my motor mounts changed:
Shocks, struts, and the Steadiness of your Car or Truck:
http://carmilespergallon.blogspot.com/2014/04/struts-shocks-and-steadiness-of-your.html

Chevy Prizms in most mechanical ways are the same from 1998 to 2002 except a few engine parts (the 1ZZ-FE VVT-i ran 2000 and later even up to 2008 in the Pontiac Vibe and Toyota Matrix), and they are in common with the Toyota Corolla for these years for most things, except some interior and exterior trim, most of which is interchangeable, but a few things aren't without customization.

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