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Help. Transmission Mount Hole on Chassis is stripped.

Discussion in 'Engine Tech / Drivetrain' started by dth0ng69, May 9, 2011.



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  1. dth0ng69

    dth0ng69 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    Okay long story short, I just bought a EK hatch w a d16y7
    So I was wondering why my shifting was rough and felt like my motor was moving going from neutral to first.
    I bought all new polyurethane mounts, while having them installed i then noticed that one of my motor mount bolt hole is stripped. (it is one of the 3 bolts that holds the transmission mount to the chassis.
    that explains the rough shifting.

    heres a picture

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    it looks like the bolt is in there at a certain angle because its tight in one side and not in the other.


    I tried tightening it and thats as far as it would go.
    Is there any thing I can do about this?
    This really ruined my day discovering this.

    any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. dth0ng69

    dth0ng69 New Member 5+ Year Member

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    Can i Do anything about this ?? is it over for my civic? Im soooo sadddd :(
     
  3. RonJ

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    So the bolt will tighten, right? If so, try adding some washers to the bolt.
     


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