I know this was in a thread elsewhere, I just thought it would be useful in this section. Changin motor mounts looks impossible in a second gen car. If you look in the shop manual, it has you removing the lower suspension. Well, after looking through some threads, and just changing them myself, I can tell you it is possible to do it without removing the suspension, but you do need to know a few tricks. First, the tool that will help get 2/3s of the bolts out is a 9/16" distributor wrench. It looks like a really long wrench that has been bent in two places. This threads up between the suspension to most of the bolts. However, I did discover a few other little things to make this bettter. You want to turn the steering wheel all the way in the direction of the side that you are working on. So, if you are working on the drivers side motor mount, turn the wheel all the way to the drivers side. This opens up a lot more room to work with. Last, you want a swivel socket and at least 14" of extension on a 3/8" wrench. This will then let you snake up to the hardest to reach bolt to get it out. With both of those tools, and a buddy to be turning the other side of the bolt, you can change the motor mounts in a couple of hours. Just go slow, have a flashlight or really well lit area, and you can do it. It took me about an hour to change the first side, and a half hour to change the other side once I understood how the wrenches and wheel had to be. I hope this helps.