Bad Engine Mounts

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  • #16370 Reply

    Dale Rocchio

    No CEL, idles fine, no sound of vacuum leak, no oil pressure loss, no overheating. Bad motor mounts and trans mount.

    Car has loss of power through all gears, and different exhaust sound. Also vibration possibly caused by changing propshaft angle. Am i correct in thinking my issues are caused by bad mounts? I can physically push up on the trans mount and it will move.

  • #16511 Reply

    Anonymous

    The vibration would be caused by the bad mounts, but not the loss of power.

    I think the fact that you say the exhaust sounds different is the key to your problem. Sounds like you have a plugged catalytic converter.

  • #16117 Reply

    Emeka

    Sir,
    Please After rebuilding my 3s engine I found out that whenever the engine is hot and I clutch down to change gear the rpm will fall to zero and the engine will go off.
    Secondly the engine rpm drops as the temperature of the engine rises and the oil light will be blinking.

    I will be glad if you help me resolve this problem.

  • #16127 Reply

    Phil

    Your engine has a hot idle problem. When you press in the clutch the engine goes to idle. Check the idle adjustment. Check for a vacuum leak.

  • #11222 Reply

    Anonymous

    HAVE O2 KIA SPORTAGE RUNS SLUGGISH BUT WHEN I REMOVE THE ALT. BELT IT TAKES OFF LIKE A BAT OUT OF H___ AND IDEAS WHATS CAUSING THIS.

    RE: Sounds like something is dragging it down. If you can remove the belt and all is fine, I’d check all the pulleys, alternator, idler, tensioner, etc. You probably have one of those starting to lock up.

  • #15510 Reply

    Joe

    White particles coming from vents and defrost. Not dust and filter is brand new

  • #15535 Reply

    jake

    It is possible there was some foreign material on the filter or the filter is coming apart.

  • #15994 Reply

    nouman masood

    i need to know about engine shutdown sensors after met with an accident .

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