Average mileage: 69,114 (32,000–158,000)
Engines affected: 3.8L V6, 3.9L V6, 4.6L V8, V6
51 people reported this problem
On scheduled oil change, was told that the lower front motor mount was broken. Estimated repair: $283.54. Have always liked this car, but is this an indication of what the future holds? We have this car serviced at the dealer and always have. If there have been so many problems with motor mounts, why hasn't Buick stepped up and said something? This should be a recall item. This car is too expensive to have unscheduled repairs of this magnitude.
Broken upper engine mount. I need to know if there is a better mount than a factory part. Does anyone know if there is a after market part built stronger than the factory O.E.M. part?
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Broken motor mount at 33000 miles , repaired at dealer.
I can feel it when a hit the slitest bump
Had three replaced and now another one is failing. GM need to step up to the plate. I cannot afford this.
Went in for an oil change at a Buick dealer. Was told the front motor mount was defective. When the engine was accelerated motor would move. Had it fixed at the dealer. Warrantee did not cover the expense. I thought the mounts should last longer than 49,000 miles.
Clunk noise in transmission whe shifting at
my motor mount is complete gone!...when I drive my car and started to make a complete stop,my car shakes real bad in the front...its my second time replacing it!..it cost me $279 to replace a rubber motor mount!...I think it should be a recall on this!
Took for ignition recall repair, was told front motor mount was bad. I have had every problem imaginable, plus some, but they do nothing. I give up and drive it as I don't think there is much more that hasn't been repaired. Will take to outside service for repair.
Motor mount bad. replaced at dealer $280
Engine light on. Stuck thermostat the problem - cost $290 to replace.
We've replaced each motor mount twice now. Why hasn't Buick recalled this car? I love the car put have put sssoooo much money into it I could have bought a new car by now! We've owned other Buicks & they were wonderful however tihs vehicle is a lemon & I will be researching the GA Lemon Law
Front, lower engine mount is out. Resolving the issue on my own.
Motor mount needs replacement and the hub
Broken front motor mount detected while diagnosing another problem. Have not had it repaired yet. Shopping for best price.
Felt swaying when driving on smooth surface (not bumps) and when coming to a stop. Left side went bad nothing with right.
Recently I had an antifreeze leak due to some tubing. There was also a broken engine Mount that had top be replace as well. Now my cd player is not taking in the cds.
Damaged front motor mount was discovered by oil change station; leaking oil onto front engine cradle, and a clunking noise when accelerating. Replaced (self) with aftermarket SOLID rubber mount. Cost about $30.00 without shipping, and about two hours time. No change in noise, nor is there any noticeable vibration. Also have thermostat issue with check engine light on (intermittently); found code to read thermostat is stuck open. Plan to replace thermostat, radiator cap & coolant to avoid any future issues. Don't change the motor mount by yourself if you have never done it before, as it requires removing bracket from engine block and jacking-up the engine slightly. Solid rubber mounts, however, are far superior to OEM(factory) replacements and work exactly the same.
Front motor mount bad @ 82k. 3.9L Flex Fuel V6.