How to Replace Upper Engine Mount 01-05 Honda Civic

How to Replace Upper Engine Mount 01-05 Honda Civic

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1A Auto shows you how to remove, install, change or replace a broken, worn out, upper engine mount. This video is applicable to the 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 Honda Civic with the 1.7L 4-cylinder engine

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 10mm Wrench
• 10mm Socket
• 14mm Socket
• 15mm Socket
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Rust Penetrant
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands

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The513Warning says:

For anyone who couldn't access the bolt on the ABS bracket between the engine like me — you don't need to touch it. You don't don't have to remove any of the bolts holding the bracket, actually. If you have a flex head wrench or ratchet, you can access the motor mount bolt underneath the ABS module. When putting it back, I'd recommend using some blue thread locker and making sure it's nice and tight though since you probably won't be able to get a torque wrench in there.

Nick Smith says:

My problem is under the bracket on the motor how can I change that?

BB gun Spo Wa. says:

I just replaced the 3 mounts under the hood on my 04 civic, 1.7 vetec, manual, now I have a noticeable engine vibration that wasn't there before.. Followed the video to the letter. Any help ?

Jones 0 says:

All 10mm out and the ABS is still in the way

Raul Estrada says:

Work on a cool engine. I believe my engine was too warm and I stripped the two bolt holes for the bolts rising out of the aluminum block engine.

Ghost says:

Where the bracket connects to the studs on the engine one of mine are gone and had stripped the threads from the block is that piece replaceable

Drknight1212 says:

Fyi theres a difference between the coupe motor mount or the sedan version. They are two different parts so be careful.

Derik De Baun says:

So, I just did this on my 2002 4DR Civic and my bracket used 17mm nuts. Just FYI for those of you that have a similar car to mine. The bolts for the engine mount were 14 mm.

Brian Peterson says:

1A auto parts I was stupid and did a burnout and slammed it into second gear and i felt something give loose i cant explain it I pulled over and saw that fluid almost red couldnt really tell was on my hood and dripping down it wasnt oil or power steering fluid the liquid had enough force to spray the hood but no hoses were loose or leaking once im in first and press my clutch there is like a jerking motion under the hood is it my mount it was right were

Christina says:

My question is how do u know which motor mount needs to be replaced? Since there's 4

Sam Han says:

Your videos are much appreciated. Thanks a bunch.

Moises Virella says:

the bracket on mine broke. where can I buy the bracket?

Alibaba says:

You just made my job soooooo much easier! THANKS!!

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