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Old 10-09-19, 07:37 PM   #11
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Yeah but the mechanic I went to today said it's the 3 rubber engine mounts around the engine, costing about 60 to 80 each, and not the top mount that Mr Clutch suggested. He showed me. He jacked the front up and did something with a a crowbar underneath and I saw the engine moving up and down a little. He showed me one of the rubber mounts and where the rubber was worn and breaking away.
307 2.0 HDi 90, 2001. Bought '07 @ 51K, now 160K.
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Old 11-09-19, 11:22 AM   #12
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There are 3 mounts. One on the front top of the engine(offside inner wing) One on the gearbox casing( nearside inner wing) and the rear lower middle. They are supposed to absorb the movement of the engine in relation to the bodywork so if levered they will show movement. If one in particular looks perished then change that one and see if it improves. Try ebay search under 307 engine mounts to give you an idea of costs.
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