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Old 08-07-2019, 10:13 PM   #1
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2009 Ford Focus engine mounts

I know the topic has been discussed a few times on this forum regarding which to replace and oem vs after market. But couple follow up questions.

Anybody that he used after market what has been the experience? How many miles on them, which mounts replaced, and any brand recommendations would be great data points.

For those sticking with oem any good recommendations on where to get parts? Google searches seem to mostly turn up after market or eBay.

For some more context - car has 115k miles and has had a pretty significant vibration for a while now. Mounts are original and don’t look horrible (at least from what I can see on the passenger side) but I’ve heard the rubber can kind of collapse and it can be hard to tell.


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Old 08-08-2019, 07:54 AM   #2
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This is the part you need do not even mess with an aftermarket passenger engine mount. The passenger engine mount is normally the one that makes the vibration when it goes bad.


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I replaced my pass. mount with a rock auto cheapo. I did it to see if it fixed the vibration sense my car was totaled and I fixed it . anyway it fixed the vibration its been a few years but I dont drive it much I think its starting to go again.
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Appreciate the info!
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