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ZETEC Aftermarket Engine Passenger side "Poly"mount. Anyone ever use????....

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  • ZETEC Aftermarket Engine Passenger side "Poly"mount. Anyone ever use????....

    Greetings guys-

    Has anyone ever used a passenger side Zetec ENGINE MOUNT (POLY) from a Focus or ZX2 on a 2.0 Zetec in your contour or Mystique? I have been researching my options, after my Ford Motorcraft engine mount broke and after replacing that with rockauto aftermarket junk and having severe vibration issues, i need HELP!!! It seems the 2000-2004 Focus and ZX2's all have a huge aftermarket mounts for there models that have our beloved zetec engine, so why cant we utilize there mounts?. Here are some companies i found online, has anyone used them on there cars with success.

    Thanks Anthony

    https://www.fswerks.com/collections/...rd-focus-zetec

    http://www.pumaspeed.co.uk/product-V...S-MK1_1090.jsp

    https://www.steeda.com/steeda-focus-...CABEgKOHPD_BwE

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    Anyone?!?!

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      I would recommend cross referencing oem or aftermarket part numbers on a parts website like rockauto or autozone.

      IE loop up motor mount for a 2000 focus and a motor mount for a 1998 contour. Is the part number different? There is your answer.

      '98 SVT E0 BLK/MNB#1663 Forged Ovalport 3L Supercharged

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Beans View Post
        I would recommend cross referencing oem or aftermarket part numbers on a parts website like rockauto or autozone.

        IE loop up motor mount for a 2000 focus and a motor mount for a 1998 contour. Is the part number different? There is your answer.

        Hey Beans, Thanks for reply. I did that on rockauto, it comes up w a diff part number. Sometimes parts are the same, and can be used, just has a diff part # due to the year and make. At the end of the day, these parts are all utilized by ZETEC engines, just has me wondering....
        Thanks Anthony

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