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<DIV id=post_message_1639894>I hope that I'm not revisiting a topic that has already been done to death. But could some techno-savvy Juke owner attempt to explain, as though speaking to a child, how the Juke's "electronically controlled, liquid-filled front engine mount" works? And why it is superior (or inferior) to any other engine mount design? I can almost (but not entirely) grasp what a liquid-filled engine mount is. But I have no idea what roleelectronic control plays or why it is necessary. Not surprisingly, none of the boys on the westside of the pond seem to have a clue.

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It's.old tec used.first.in the qx of the 90 s it is soft at idle to reduce engine vibration.and when the engine is under power a valve inside the mounting reduces the fluid flow stiffing up the mount like an electronic damper on a suspension.system.
It's to reduce noise n vibration transmitted inside the cabin.Edited by: Juke-of-earl
 

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wauw!!
something technical and i understood the answer
 
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