Torque Strut Mount
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Anchor Torque Strut Mount

Part No. 2825 Warranty  

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This part is made from aluminum or metal casting with molded rubber inserts. Helps eliminate engine rocking action.

Product Features:
  • Made of high alloy aluminum or metal castings to provide improved engine stability
  • Molded rubber made from SBR material provides proper dampening of vibration
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AnchorTorque Strut Mount
 
4.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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      2.0

      Poor Quality assembly

      By RobbG

      from Manhattan, IL

      About Me Auto Enthusiast, Mechanic

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      Level 3

      Pros

      • Easy To Install
      • Readily available

      Cons

      • Poorly Welded
      • Sloppy Assembly

      Best Uses

      • Replacement

      Comments about Anchor Torque Strut Mount:

      Received product was poorly made: damaged part, frame was malformed, probably during assembly.
      Frame welding was sloppy and incomplete. Returned to store for an exchange, next one was somewhat better, at least usable.

      Note to AA: tried at least twice to upload photos of this and other part reviews, but your system would not accept the 400K jpeg.

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      5.0

      Fixed my broken lower mount on Saturn S

      By FromUndaChz

      from Middletown, CT

      About Me Casual Driver, Mechanic

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      3 or more reviews submitted

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy To Install
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Everyday Driving
        • Replacement

        Comments about Anchor Torque Strut Mount:

        Installed pretty easily, had to hammer out the old mount a bit to widen the opening for this to fit, it seemed as though it was about 1mm wider than the old one, but my fram may have just been tweaked. I got it to fit with some persuasion, and it helped to direct my engine power back to the wheels, while keeping engine vibration down.

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        5.0

        quality product

        By Outkasttttt69

        from Hope Mills NC

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        Pros

        • Durable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Replacement

          Comments about Anchor Torque Strut Mount:

          This worked well and is a quality replacement so far. It was a bit tricky to replace because of it location on the car. I had to first jack the car up then put it on jack stands, then jack under the engine to lift it up the n jack up the wheel by putting a jack on the rotor. This was the only way to make enough room to get the old one out and the new one in. I used a Dewalt impact to remove the bolts. I recommended this replacement part so far.

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          • Q:

            I apologize for asking this again, but the first time I got the same canned response as the previous inquirer...which does not answer my question (and BTW not even AAP has a torque wrench that reads in Newtons). My question (repeated): "Will this strut fit BOTH the passenger side engine to frame location AND the drivers side transaxle to frame location on a 2002 Saturn SL1 VIN 8 vehicle, or are there separate parts for these different locations?"
            Asked on 3/12/2012 by JJB from Belleair, FL

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              A:

              Yes, this Anchor Torque Strut Mount (Part No. 2825) fits for both the passenger side engine to the frame and dirver side axle to the frame.

              Answered on 3/14/2012 by Dennis from AAP
          • Q:

            Will this strut fit BOTH the passenger side engine to frame location AND the drivers side transaxle to frame location on a 2002 Saturn SL1 VIN 8 vehicle, or are there separate parts for these different locations?
            Asked on 3/11/2012 by JJB from Belleair, FL

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              A:

              Yes, this should fit on your 2002 Saturn SL1. The torque strut is mounted onto the engine and transmission frame. The torque setting for the front strut bolt on the hub is 200 nanometers (Nm). The strut tower bolt's torque setting is 33 Nm. The mounting area for the torque strut is located in the chassis of the engine. The functions of the mounting framework for the torque strut work as an attachment between the engine(small part of the mount) and chassis(big part of the mount). Also, it works as a noise isolator. Lastly, the torque strut when mounted keeps the chassis in proper alignment.

              Answered on 3/12/2012 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            How many of these "dog bone" motor mounts are on a 2001 Saturn SL1 SOHC,with automatic tranny?
            Asked on 1/31/2012 by Butch

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              A:

              The 2001 Saturn SL1 SOHC with automatic transmission requires 2 motor mounts - one on the top of the passenger side and the other under the engine.

              Answered on 2/2/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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              A:

              The 2001 Saturn SL1 SOHC with automatic transmission requires 2 motor mounts - one on the top of the passenger side and the other under the engine.

              Answered on 2/2/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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              A:

              The 2001 Saturn SL1 SOHC with automatic transmission requires 2 motor mounts - one on the top of the passenger side and the other under the engine.

              Answered on 2/2/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
          • Q:

            which direction should this mount be placed on transmission.the big part of it where the bolt goes.
            Asked on 11/20/2011 by jessie from altoona,al

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              A:

              The torque strut is mounted onto the engine and transmission frame. The torque setting for the front strut bolt on the hub is 200 nanometers (Nm). The strut tower bolt's torque setting is 33 Nm. The mounting area for the torque strut is located in the chassis of the engine. The functions of the mounting framework for the torque strut work as an attachment between the engine(small part of the mount) and chassis(big part of the mount). Also, it works as a noise isolator. Lastly, the torque strut when mounted keeps the chassis in proper alignment.

              Answered on 11/24/2011 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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