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Old 25 Aug 2009, 09:51 pm
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Default How to remove engine mount for accord 2000 4 Cylinders 2.3L coupe

Hi, first time DIY, help desperately needed to keep going.
Trying to change the timing belt myself, stuck at the step to remove the engine mount beside the timing belt cover. "Now remove the driver side engine mount".
I removed all the bolt on the engine mount, 3 big 17MM bolt, ground wire, a smaller one at the center of the metal mount, I even remove three 14MM bolts at the base. But the mount does not move at all. Any idea?
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