That still is rather depressing. My last experience was at a very nice family-owned Chrysler dealership from 1990 through 1999, so mostly what I saw was relatively new cars. Engine mounts on '70s and '80s models rarely needed to be replaced on any car other than some common failures on GM's smaller trucks. There was one mount we needed to replace with an updated one to stop an annoying thump each time the AC compressor cycled on, but that one only cost around $70.00 with parts and labor, and Chrysler paid for it. Most of those cars and minivans only had three or four mounts and to change all of them would cost less than $500.00. I guess a lot has changed in the last 12 years.
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Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 AT 7:40 PM