Minor problems will be increased engine noise and vibration, jerkiness when putting it to gear, etc. Worst case scenario will be the engine falling off from the mountings...
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It could be a broken belt on front tires it could also be broken eng mount.need more info.markstang.
i had that problems years ago, and no one could have figured it out. The answer is a small hose in the front of the engine, you will have to remove a lot of stuff to get to the hose, but its worth it. good luch
u could feel it if you're car is broken
I believe some did come with a v-6. Most have the 2.3 L . Just remember if you do put a larger engine in the '87, you will most likely have problems with the front suspension. Also, with the added power you could just tear the front end out. These front ends are not very strong.
Front engine seal?
== == The problem was a broken Rocker Arm Stud. Replaced rocker arm stud.
Depends on the vehicle. There is one on the passenger side which is the front of the engine, but could be considered the upper right. There may also be one at the front of the car that connects to the radiator support that would be the front one.
broken radiator hose, cracked radiator, thermostat gone bad (depending on where its located) or water pump
Most likely a speed sensor at one of the front wheels has attachment broken.
Need to check the balanceing of the front tires. Then check the tie-rods for play. THE FRONT TIRES COULD HAVE A BELT BROKEN.
If there is a hard lump on someoneâ??s clavicle, it could be a type of cyst. It could also be a broken collarbone.