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Honda Fit: Transmission Mount Replacement

  1. Do the battery removal procedure.

  1. Remove the air cleaner.

  1. M/T model: Remove the battery cables (A) from the battery terminal fuse box.

  1. M/T model: Remove the harness clamps (B).

  1. M/T model: Remove the harness clamp (A). Remove the two bolts (B) and loosen the two bolts (C), then remove the battery base (D).

  1. Support the transmission with a jack and a wood block under the transmission.

  1. Remove the ground cable (A), then remove the transmission mount bracket (B).

  1. Remove the transmission mount.

  1. Install the transmission mount and loosely install new transmission mount mounting bolts, then tighten the transmission mount mounting bolts in the numbered sequence shown.

  1. Install the transmission mount bracket (A), and loosely install new transmission mount bracket mounting bolts and nuts (B).

  1. Install the ground cable (C).

  2. Remove the jack and the wood block from under the transmission.

  3. Raise the vehicle on the lift.

  1. Loosen the torque rod mounting bolt and nut (A).

  1. Lower the vehicle on the lift.

  1. Tighten the transmission mount mounting bolts and nuts in the numbered sequence shown.

  1. Raise the vehicle on the lift.

  1. Tighten the torque rod mounting bolt and nut in the numbered sequence shown.

  1. Lower the vehicle on the lift.

  1. M/T model: Install the battery base (A), then install the harness clamp (B).

  1. M/T model: Install the battery cables (A) to the battery terminal fuse box.

  1. M/T model: Install the harness clamps (B).

  2. Do the battery installation procedure.

  3. Install the air cleaner.

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