|Step 1 - Check for clearance against the firewall before attempting to
raise the engine. Tearing radiator hoses, crimping AC lines, or cracking
distributor caps are to be avoided.
|Step 2 - Secure the engine on a jack with various blocks of wood. Never
jack an engine directly by the oil pan. The pan will bend and rupture.
|Step 3 - First loosen the engine from the mount bolts. Sometimes a long
extension and universal joint is the way to go.
|Step 4 - Next crawl under the vehicle and loosen the mount-to-frame
|Step 5 - Jack-up the engine a little at a time and remove the engine
|Step 6 - Compare the old and new engine mounts. Transfer any heat or
drip shields to the new mount.
|Step 7 - Thread-in the mount-to-frame bolts before lowering the engine.
This will simplify mount alignment.
|Step 8 - Lower the engine and fully tighten all bolts.
|Step 9 - Front-wheel-drive vehicles often have third "dog-bone" engine