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Old 10-27-2008, 08:43 AM
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I tried to search for topics on this, but any computer I use comes up with a search problem. Is the site having issues with internet explorer?

I replacedall 4motor mounts on my 93 accord 2.2 auto. (well I had the shop do the rear), and I still have a vibration. The old rear mount was toast, it was definatly part of the issue. The vibration is very deep now, it was originally a shake in the steeringwheel and now it feels like the whole carshakes. That leads me to beleive the mountis solid now, but I think the vacuum isn't there to run it. I tried to search for a replacementfor the module that runs the mount, but I cant seem to locate a replacement. Any ideas? Vacuum line seem good, I will replace them also since I am there. Am I going in the right direction? and I have replace the 3 other mounts already.

I was going to try to move the actuator by hand to see if it helps also. maybe rig a string to it and give it a tug while It is running.
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Old 10-28-2008, 01:07 AM
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This site crashed some time ago, and the search function still isn't repaired. Someone made a google search of this site. I put the link below. It may be better than the default search.
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:24 PM
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on the firewall about midway is a relay, you can start the car and rev it a bit and you should feel the relay, theis applies vacume to the rear mount, if its working, also you can reach behind the engine and feel the champer rod , rev the engine a bit and it should move, i think 800 is the rpm that moves it. the mounts need to be neutralized to work right. there is a procedure to go through when replacing them, torking in proper sequence. important also to be sure and get the tork right and not over tighten top bolts. after mkt mounts can also be a problem cause many are too hard. i went through hell with mine
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Old 10-30-2008, 09:55 PM
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pull the hose that goes to the rear mount vaccum diaphram, ,, start the car up, put in drive, when idle is below 750 rpm there should be vacc at the hose,, if there is,,,,,,,,apply vacc to mount diaphram make sure that it holds vacc ..

if there is no vacc at hose below 750 rpm,, chk the solenoid other vacc hose to see if there is vacc there,, if there is andnno vacc going to the mount it shound like a bad solenoid ....

also i have seen non-factory new mounts still make the car vibrate ..
also i hope that they remembered to transfer the vacc diaphram from the old mount to the new mount ,,,,
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