Tearing radiator hoses, crimping AC lines or cracking distributor caps should 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: 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 bolts. Step 5: Jack-up the engine a little at a time and remove the motor mount. Step 6: Compare the old and new motor 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" motor mounts. Right Hydraulic: A5926,3488, MK203488, 84034329 Rear Torque Strut: A5927, 3389, MK203389, EM-4295, 84501029, 23356092 Left Transmission: A5925, 3485, MK201, 84034273, 84027399, 23356084. However the OE number provided in our listing is. Match the result with the OE number we have in the listing and that would be the Best way to guarantee fitment. We are not responsible for wrong or undeliverable address.