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ACDelco GM OE Engine Mount

GM OE Engine Mounts from ACDelco

The ACDelco GM Original Equipment Engine Mount is a GM-recommended replacement for your vehicle’s original component. It bolts your vehicle’s engine in place and is designed to function with all surrounding components to ensure that there is no interference with other parts on your vehicle. This Original Equipment engine mount has been manufactured to fit your specific GM vehicle, providing the same performance, durability and service life you expect from General Motors.

 
FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Tuned specifically to match your vehicle depending on its use
  • Designed to function with all surrounding components to ensure that the mount bolts correctly and there is no interference with other parts on your vehicle
  • Interlocks using steel that is sturdy enough to hold the largest mass (the engine) in your vehicle in case of a crash
  • GM-recommended replacement part for your GM vehicle’s original factory component
  • Offering the quality, reliability and durability of GM OE
  • Manufactured to GM OE specification for fit, form and function

 

 
PRODUCT FACTS

Good Maintenance Practices:

While many of your vehicle’s powertrain components, such as the driveshaft and axle shafts, do not require much routine maintenance, there are a few parts that need periodic attention:

  • Check the engine oil level at every fuel fill and add oil if necessary.
  • About once a month, make sure all tires are inflated properly and check for any unusual wear or damage.
  • The engine’s exterior should be cleaned periodically. Buildup of oil and dirt can cause the engine to run hot or hide leaks.
  • Have your vehicle inspected as soon as possible if the “Service Engine Soon” light illuminates.
  • Have your vehicle inspected immediately if the “Service Engine Soon” light flashes rapidly. This indicates an engine misfire condition that may damage your engine and/or engine emission components.

 

Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting:

  • Abnormal sounds or vibrations, with bumping or clunking noises
  • Oil leak (primarily caused by a damaged fluid-filled mount)

 

FAQs:

Will I know if there is a problem with my vehicle’s engine?

  • Yes, reduced engine power, abnormal sounds or vibrations and poor fuel economy are all signs there may be a problem with your vehicle’s engine.

 

Should I frequently check the engine oil level of my vehicle?

  • Yes, a good rule of thumb is to check the engine oil level at every fuel fill and add oil if necessary.

 

Can I repair engine malfunctions on my own?

  • No, most engine repairs are best left to a professional technician.

 

Are there steps I can take to help prevent engine malfunctions?

  • Yes. About once a month make sure all tires are inflated properly and check for any unusual wear or damage, have your vehicle inspected if the “Service Engine Soon” light illuminates, periodically clean the engine’s exterior because a buildup of oil and dirt can cause the engine to run hot or hide leaks and check the engine oil level at every fuel fill and add oil if necessary.

 

If I ignore the “Service Engine Soon” light, will there be consequences?

  • Yes, ignoring a “Service Engine Soon” light can cause damage to your engine’s mechanical components and/or emission system. This damage would not be covered under your vehicle’s warranty. In many situations, a “Service Engine Soon” light may also cause poor fuel economy or engine performance concerns. A “Service Engine Soon” light should be checked as soon as possible by a qualified GM certified service technician.

 

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