Car question

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  1. Shipwreck

    Shipwreck Will smack your bitch

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    Does anyone know how much it costs to replace a motor mount?
     
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    Depends on the car, what year it is and the amount of time (labour to do so) If it's a newer model car with everything under the hood , all squished in it will probably be pricey. The mount itself will probably be from $50 -$200 but the labour is what will get ya.
     
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    yup, what he said. I got quoted numorous times over the phone that it'd be like $150 to replace mine, but of course when they looked at my car, it was a bit difficult to get to the mounts, and they also needed to order the mounts, it ended up being like $450. Just call around and ask though, the reason they gave me wrong quotes was because I don't have the standard engine in my car for the model I own.
     
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    Yeah Sid and I did one on a Rabbit once, but if it's newer you are looking at expensive and pain in the ass
     
  5. Shipwreck

    Shipwreck Will smack your bitch

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    Its a 93 grand am with the stock engine
     
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    If you're going to take it to a dealer and get it fixed it will Probably be cheaper to get another car , If you can find a decent used mount at a salvage yard and know a good backyard mechanic, it will be relatively cheaper...
    best thing to do is call around for quotes.
     

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