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    Established Member Three Rings Dondbg's Avatar
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    Transmission mount replacement approach

    Hey Guys.

    Next weekend my new transmission mounts for my B7 will arrive, it's 2.0T with tip trans.

    I had a look today and been reading around here in AZ and I didn't find a diy but it looks like a straight forward job, I want someone have done this to correct me if the steps below are wrong.
    I see there is a mention to use epoxy on the top bolt to hold it in place, not sure why? Why not to remove be bracket all together while supporting the transmission?

    Here are the steps and I will be taking

    Before staring the below I will support the transmission with a floor jack, piece of wood will be used.

    Step 1 : undo those four



    Step 2:



    Step3:



    Then replace the mount and put everything back.

    Will that work ?
    Comment please.
    I want to get it done fast and right with no surprises.


    Thanks in advance.
    Don.


    B7 2.0TQ Avant '08

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    Veteran Member Four Rings bigblue's Avatar
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    Ive never remove the bracket. Just unbolt the mount, jack underneath and slide the old out and new in.

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    Established Member Three Rings Dondbg's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue View Post
    Ive never remove the bracket. Just unbolt the mount, jack underneath and slide the old out and new in.

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    Do you know the torque specs by any chance ?


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    Established Member Three Rings Dondbg's Avatar
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    So it's easier than I thought ... :)
    Thanks.


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    The driver side looks easy but the passenger side looks like its more involved. Is dropping the frame necessary to get the passenger side mount out ?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings bigblue's Avatar
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    I always just snuck them out

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    Veteran Member Three Rings Luis_Heineken's Avatar
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    Step 3 is the only step plus a jack

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    Established Member Three Rings Dondbg's Avatar
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    Transmission mount replacement approach

    Quote Originally Posted by Luis_Heineken View Post
    Step 3 is the only step plus a jack
    Edit....
    You mean 1&3plus a jack.
    Do you know the torque specs ?


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    Veteran Member Three Rings Luis_Heineken's Avatar
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    [QUOTE=Dondbg;12612721]Edit....
    You mean 1&3plus a jack.
    Do you know the torque specs ?


    no, sorry

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    Veteran Member Four Rings dalmation53's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dondbg View Post
    Edit....
    You mean 1&3plus a jack.
    Do you know the torque specs ?


    B7 2.0TQ Avant '08
    I think he meant just step 3 the top bolt and remove the mount should slide right out.

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    Established Member Three Rings Dondbg's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmation53 View Post
    I think he meant just step 3 the top bolt and remove the mount should slide right out.

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    By looking at the mount ,1&3 needs to be undone






    B7 2.0TQ Avant '08

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    Did you have a chance to complete the installation? I have to do this project as well....curious about the process....

    Also, where did you get your transmission mounts? If you don't mind me asking....

    Thank you

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    For torque specs you can search the bolt size. I have the Info you need but I'm away from home for a few day as.
    4 turbos (soon 5), 2 motors, 1 B7 A4

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    Established Member Three Rings Dondbg's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by canadianA4B7 View Post
    For torque specs you can search the bolt size. I have the Info you need but I'm away from home for a few day as.
    I got it and the mounts are replaced. Thanks!


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