Thanks for the comments Dakine. Because the '88 has a 4 cyl. engine, it's quite easy to see all around the engine and how and where the motor mounts sit. On the '96, the engine is so much larger and fills the engine bay completely, it's difficult to see anything beneath the cylinder heads (which have twin cams in each head). In fact I can't see the motor mounts on the '96. I haven't raised the '96 and crawled under it. I think once I get underneath the '96, I might gather a better "feel" of what I'm getting myself into (LOL). Could be more work than I capable of handling. If you think of anything else, I hope you, or anyone else passes along their knowledge of what to expect in a project of this nature.