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Dodge neon: labor time..all 3 motor mounts, torque struts

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Need labor time to change all 3 motor mounts, torque struts and transmission mount

2002 dodge neon
Welcome to! My name is DriveFast71(Ron) and I will do my best to answer all of your questions completely and accurately.

There are not 3 motor mounts- only 2. 2 Torque. And 1 Trans.

The engine mounting system consist of a four-point system utilizing two load-carrying mounts and two torque struts. The load-carrying mounts are located on each frame rail. The right mount is a hydro-elastic mount and left mount is a conventional elastomeric isolator. The two torque controlling struts are attached at the front of the engine, straddling the right side load-carrying mount. The upper torque strut connects to the suspension strut tower and the lower torque strut connects to the suspension crossmember.


Engine Mount
Trans MountB1.0
Right SideB2.7
Left SideB1.4

Upper Torque StrutB0.3
Lower Torque StrutB0.4
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