2002 Honda Odyssey Q&A
2002 Honda Odyssey Question: Replacing motor mounts
This is a big job that usually requires a rack and some type of engine stand for support. I suppose you could do it with the vehicle on the ground but it would be tough. The upper mount is the easier of the two, you support the engine and then unbolt the mount. You will probably have to jack the engine up to make clearance to get the old mount out and the new one in. The bottom mount is difficult even in the best circumstances. You will have to jack the engine up to get enough room to remove and install the new mount. The bottom mounts unbolt but since it's around the power steering rack that makes it difficult to work around. - rdude135
I was told my front motor mount needs replacement. Can I do this my self and if not what is the typical cost to replace this part?
The rear engine motor mount needs to be replaced. Is this something that is easy to do in my garage, or am I better off taking it in to a mechanic?
Van NEVER had any leaks, serviced it regularly oil/fluids etc. Now at 174,000K so took in as it sounded a little off figured it was time for a timing belt and they did the 105K plus a few extras li...
What is the cost for labor to replace both front and rear motor mounts on my 2000 Honda Odyssey?
How do you replace? Do I need to the remove motor mount?