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Toyota Repair/95 Toyota Camry Engine Mounts


Downunder Man wrote at 2012-12-18 10:37:01
Actually, I've got a 1994 Camry with a worn out rear mount- caused by a small oil leak at the rear of the engine dripping down on the mount and deteriorating it over time- somewhat of a common symptom regarding the oil leak.  The dogbone and front mount are the easiest to replace with the rear mount by far being the most difficult due to confined space.  The steps essentially are, support the engine via floor jack and large piece of wood.  Unbolt the front dogbone, unbolt the front mounts (only do one at a time).  Raise the engine enough to remove the mount (2-3 inches) and bolt in new mount.  

moderate task for a backyard mechanic- although the rear mount is a challenge...

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