Q: I have gotten quotes of $1300.00 to replace my engine mounts. There are 5 I believe in my 2005 Honda Accord. What should I actua

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I need to have a reasonable quote for the work to replace all the engine mounts. If it is in fact close to $1300.00 I will not be able to get the work done.

My car has 18500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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