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post #1 of 9 Old 01-13-2017, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for part number or bracket for 1990 Daytona ES

I have a 1990 Dodge Daytona ES I am looking for a bracket that holds on the transmission on the drivers side. The rubber mount was busted so the bracket was sitting on the bolt which caused the bracket to snap.

Does anyone know what is the part number for this or know where I could find one?

Thanks in advance
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Re: Looking for part number or bracket for 1990 Daytona ES

Wow... I don't think I've ever seen a trans mount break quite like that before. Well done.

Marty Mopar probably has a few. You can also check with gearheadmike who is parting out a '91 Daytona right now (https://www.turbododge.com/forums/f7/...na-shelby.html). I highly doubt you'll find the bracket anywhere except via a junkyard or someone's parts bin. When you get it, order a new poly insert for it from Polybushings or FWD.
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Also, check your engine mounts and make sure they're good. A blown rubber trans mount should not have done that damage on its own. Almost looks like the whole drivetrain was shifting around.
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Re: Looking for part number or bracket for 1990 Daytona ES

I know right, 2 days before I told her she needed to replace the rubber bushing and bam the whole mount broke. I'm wondering if a machine shop might be able to weld it and if that would hold IDK.

I will contact Marty Mopar and pray he has one. This is a friends car and her only transportation so hoping for the best.

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Re: Looking for part number or bracket for 1990 Daytona ES

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Also, check your engine mounts and make sure they're good. A blown rubber trans mount should not have done that damage on its own. Almost looks like the whole drivetrain was shifting around.
Yep I just got brand new motor mounts all the way around so everything will be replaced.
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Re: Looking for part number or bracket for 1990 Daytona ES

what engine / trans do you have???????????????????
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Its a 3.0 v6 with automatic 3 speed
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Re: Looking for part number or bracket for 1990 Daytona ES

For future reference if you need it the Chrysler Parts Catalog from 1982-1996 is on site.
Post 41 has working links.
I downloaded all tomy computer for easy access, 264 MB.

https://www.turbododge.com/forums/f4/...-pdf-82-a.html



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Re: Looking for part number or bracket for 1990 Daytona ES

I'd just weld it back together.
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