my ls engine is not level, it's a little higher on tranny side.what do i need,post mount or t bracket?

Asked by Jan 06, 2015 at 12:42 PM about the Acura Integra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i'm getting a lot of vibrations, i got a 99 civic hatch with b18a1 block, i bougt the car just
like that and i figuring out why it is not level and a little crooked, i bought new mounts and
it still not straight, help help.. thanks

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My buddy has a Toyota 2 WD and his engine is the same way. I believe it comes from the factory that way. If you replaced the mounts and no change, then I would say that's just the way they made it. Your vibrations could be from bad tires. You may have a broken belt or it may be out of balance. Have you had your tires spun just to see?

My car has a swap engine from previous owner, i believe there's something wrong because even the driver side mount dont fit well, thanks for the answer tho.

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