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Discussion in 'Technical Q&A' started by GrigioGuy, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. GrigioGuy

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    #1 GrigioGuy, Oct 9, 2005
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    Greetings.

    The rear passenger motor mount on my 328 is sagging. I looked at the spare parts manual, and I think I only need part #19 in the diagrams below. It looks like that's the only part of the mount that could fail.

    Can anyone verify this is the part I need to order, or is there more to it?
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  3. matteo

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    You are correct Tillman.

    That is all you need.

    Are you going to replace all of them or just the one?
     
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    Also,

    The support that is not numbered on diagram could bent and that can be a fail point as well. But most likely it is #19
     
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    Tillman,

    It's ok to say that you do not trust my 3x8 knowledge and that you are waiting for someone else to say the exact same thing I am saying.

    You will not hurt my feelings.
     
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    You are correct Tillman.

    That is all you need.

    Are you going to replace all of them or just the one?
     
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    Thanks Jason!
     
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    LOL!

    You guys suck :)
     
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    We have them in stock - £57 (GBP) about $99 (USD) each plus shipping, and yes replace them all.
     
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    #9 GrigioGuy, Oct 16, 2005
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    Grumble...

    The bolt on the bottom screws into the part/tube marked in red, which is supposed to be embedded in the rubber and not move. Mine's rotating. On the replacement mount that tube has two flat sides so that you can get a wrench on it, but the original is simply a round cylinder. I've already tried needlenose vise grips to try to hold it, but it simply rotates, and there's no room for other tools.

    Other than trying to grind the sides flat, does anyone have a suggestion?
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    Tillman,
    It may be easier to cut off the head of the bolt that screws into it, then pull it up and out. Not sure about the clearance available to pull it up and out though.
     

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