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Old 09-15-2008, 11:29 AM   #1
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tranny mount and axle seal

I just had the 60K (3rd time) - on my 2001 9-5 by the best independent shop in the Southeastern US - The Swedish Garage. They've been hooking me up ever since that pesky GM warranty flew away at 36K. Got all the works, olf, cabin filters, synthetics, a timing belt and rollers.

Anyway, they found a broken transmission mount and a leaky axle seal. I am wondering how the tranny mounts break, under what conditions and where I might be able to find a reasonable and suitable replacement. Also the same on the axle seal. Any thoughts and locations with $$ from you US troll hounds would be appreciated.
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try eeuroparts.com they have really reasonable prices

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I just had the 60K (3rd power) - that's 180,000 mile service if you can't do the math on my 2001 9-5 :
60 to the third power is 216000, I can do the math....can you..

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60 to the third power is 216000, I can do the math....can you..

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Trans mounts break from normal use. They are just motor mounts for the trans. I suggest the poly mount for GS.
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