replacing the motor mount on a 91 buick park avenue ultra

Asked by Feb 19, 2017 at 12:07 PM about the 1991 Buick Park Avenue Ultra FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I had to remove the motor mount to replace the water pump. It was difficult but
through wiggling, prying and cursing I finally got it off. But now I can't get it
back on. This is the last step in being finished with the project and I REALLY
need help. I have the engine jacked up until the power steering reserviour is
touching the brace at the back of the engine compartment. Do I need to
remove the brace and jack the engine up higher?

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Remove the brace or the reservoir if you think it will help. Watch your fuel line or harnesses aren't stretched.

Ken, thanks for the response. But I don't know if it would be helpful to raise the engine any higher. I am actually in the dark on this one. Do I need to raise the engine higher or is there another step I'm missing? Do I put in the fame half first? The engine half? Or do I join them first and put it in a single unit?

Crap, mine is a 94 but I'm at the same point and REALLY need some help!!! Edward

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