I dont really notice any additional vibration in the steering wheel. I only did the rear mount, but what a difference it makes!
14mm socket & wrench
17mm socket & wrench
tube of 3m Window weld
As always, use jack stands to support the car.
1.) raise the car onto jackstands, and make sure its secure (ebrake on w/ wheel chocks, etc)
2) get under the car and fine the rear roll stopper (ie motor mount).
3)undo the three bolts connecting the mount to the subframe
4)undo the central bolt that goes through the mount, and take the mount out of the car.
5) Take a look at the mount, guess where the windo weld goes...
6) fill the mount in layers, letting each one dry completely before adding the next. It should only take a few hours. When you're done, it should look like this:
7)After making completely sure its all the way dry and cured, reinstall the mount and go for a drive, enjoying the newfound lack of engine movement.
[Edited by skierd on Aug 26, 2003 2:48 PM]