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W202 Engine Mount Part No.

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, Fuel and Exhaust' started by Woody123, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. Woody123

    Woody123 Senior Member

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    Hello everyone.

    Having a hard time tracking down engine mounts online.

    Car is w202 1998 C200 manual. I usually use euro car parts but it’s not showing me three mounts (left right gearbox) by the same manufacturer. Two are Hutchinson and one is corteco. Do I really need lemforder?

    Does anyone have the three part numbers I need for each mount? It would be just my luck to order the wrong ones.

    Failing that anyone know good OE parts supplier number I could call?


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    Just give Mercedes your chassis No,you will get the right ones then. Not that expensive.
     
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    To get your part numbers Lemforder have an online parts catalogue - https://webcat.zf.com/?SPR=4

    They also have an app you can put on your phone.
     
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    Woody123

    Woody123 Senior Member

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    Thanks for the help lads.

    Gonna have a crack at doing the 3 engine mounts myself, doesn’t seem too intensive but I’ve never done it before


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    If you have not changed a engine mount, before , make sure your drive and socket are firmly on, and as you draw the bolt out it does not full out the socket.
     
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    Woody123

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    I’m guessing you’re speaking from a bad experience?


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    I remember most mistakes, 20yrs ago as I drew the drive and socket out, the bolt came of the socket and fell in the chassis. Spent 30 minutes to retrieve it.
     
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    I had to peel the bumper off my mondeo once to rescue a very needed socket from behind the headlight. I feel your pain


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    Woody123

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    I’ve tracked down the parts on the website..

    Of the three mounts: One says left/right, one says rear and the last one says left only.
    I am aware that both sides are different and won’t take the same mount? So I’m guessing the one that says left/right means right?

    Also does it matter that mine is manual and it says it’s for an auto?


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