This week I am planning to replace all motor mounts on my 2002 Rav4 4 cyl. 208K and FWD. My wife has been driving this car for while now with symptoms of a worn motor mounts. I was able to inspect two of them and the rubber part has cracks and rips in them. Car shakes at initial engine cranking. When coming to a stop you can hear a clunk under the car like something got loose and hitting the front of the car. Car's engine also is moving front and back excessively while shifting from drive to reverse with a loud clunk when shifting from reverse to drive only. Now I already got a set of 4 new aftermarket motor mounts and will be attempting to replace them this week. The 3 mounts look like are pretty easy to install except the passenger right one. It looks like this one will require removal of the ABS unit? Did anyone ever attempted to do this on 02 Rav4 yet? Can it be done without removal of the ABS unit? Also, can I just replace the other 3 mounts and leave this one untouched? Also, any tips on what to look out for when doing this DIY? Can the new mounts be torqued to the proper specs right away or do they need to settle down before they can be torqued? I would appreciate any help before Thursday. Thanks very much..