I go to replace my tensioner pulley on my 99 DOHC, and because of room I removed the 2 back and front bolts to jack the engine up, put a jack under the oil pan, jacked up, gave me enough room to get the tensioner bolt out. now I cant get the front motor mount lined up with the hole in the subframe. At first I couldnt get both bolts lined up, but after repositioning jack under trans pan/oil pan, I was at least able to get the rear bolt in and the nut loosely on it. I have pulled, pushed, prodded, pry barred the engine to no avail. I then tried to loosen the 2 bolts to the top of the front motor mount, to allow me some back and forth movement on the mount. I have the bolt at least lined up to the subframe with the tip of the bolt thru, its almost like the weight of the motor is shifted back, cause I cant rock the engine far enough to the front to get that bolt to sink in the subframe. I tried 2 jacks under the oil pan and the trans pan to try and even out the weight, still cant pull the engine all the way down to the front. In hindsight I know how I shifted the motor, but that was my idiotic mistake, thats what happens when I drove the front of the car up on ramps to allow me room to get the jack under the oil pan when I first lifted the motor. Of course it shifted, as the weight was shifted from the start... I think it would help if I had another pair of hands? Since that is not happening, any ideas out there that could help me?