Where are the motor mounts located on a 2010 Ford Focus?
A 2010 Ford Focus has two motor mounts. on both of the front and back seats of the engine. via
How do you change a motor mount on a 2010 Ford Focus? (video)
Why does Ford Focus vibrate so much?
Some Ford Focus vehicles may exhibit an excessive engine vibration when idle. The vibration is most noticeable when the transmission is engaged in reverse. This condition may be caused by small stones, road debris, ice or snow packed/lodged in the rear engine roll restrictor. via
Where are my motor mounts located?
On rear-wheel drive (RWD) cars and trucks, there is usually a pair of motor mounts on each side of the engine to support the engine, and a single mount under the back of the transmission. The rear mount may be part of a bolt-in cross member support. via
How much are motor mounts for a 2010 Ford Focus?
We currently carry 4 Engine Mount products to choose from for your 2010 Ford Focus, and our inventory prices range from as little as $42.60 up to $101.99. via
How long do Ford Focus engine mounts last?
Engine mounts typically last 60,000-100,000 miles, but can fail prematurely with aggressive driving, outside storage, dry climates, and traffic collisions. via
How do I know if I need motor mounts?
5 Signs You Need to Replace Motor Mounts on Your Car:
Can you drive with bad motor mounts?
The short answer is, yes, it is possible to drive with bad motor mounts for a considerable amount of time, even if motor mounts start getting bad, but they will become more and more inefficient at keeping your engine in place and dampening vibrations. via
Are motor mounts expensive?
For the price of parts, actual motor mounts themselves cost around $50 to $150. The labor to install these mounts and correctly realign your engine costs more than the parts themselves. Expect to spend anywhere from $200 to $450 in labor to replace a motor mount depending on how difficult it is to get to. via
How many transmission mounts are there?
The transmission mount is one of many drivetrain mounts found on most cars and trucks. Most vehicles have two or three engine mounts and at least one, and sometimes two or more, transmission mounts. Along with bell housing bolts, the transmission mount keeps the transmission safe and secure underneath the hood. via