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Old 29 Mar 2005, 09:14 pm
muzicman
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Default rear motor mount 93 accord 5 sp

Itís looking like Iím going to have to replace my rear motor mount to
eliminate the starting shake and the vibration.

My manual doesnít say a thing re changing them. Anyone done this?
Itís pretty tight and I know the bolts are tight. Do I need to remove
the injectors to get at the mount?

thanks for any tips.

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