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Diagnosing Engine Mount Problems

Engine mounts are prone to fail prematurely caused, for example, by frequent temperature changes from ambient air to operating temperatures, excessive vibration and high engine loads. Here’s how to identify defective engine mounts and why it is safer to replace them.

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Engine mounts are prone to fail prematurely caused, for example, by frequent temperature changes from ambient air to operating temperatures, excessive vibration and high engine loads. The consequences range from unresponsive steering and unpleasant noise to – sometimes dramatically – reduced driving comfort.

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