Finally got around to replacing the front (or left side as Chrysler calls it) engine mount. Step by step of how its done follows.
First off I got the car up on ramps to make lots of room underneath. Then took the nuts off both front and back mounts.
Next take the bolt out of the engine stabiliser link on the left side of the engine, you can see it through the wheel arch.
Take off the plastic facia that goes over the top of the radiator. Get the two bolts that hold the fan assy to the rad, unplug the fans and unclip the wire harness then wriggle the fan assy out.
You need to pull off the top radiator hose and shove it out the way and also unbolt and move the cruise actuator to make enough room to get the fans assy out.
Now strip out the air filter box assy and remove the two bolts that hold the right side (front) engine mount down.
Next loosten the 3 bolts that secure the engine mount bracket to engine. They are a bit hard to get at but not impossible.
Use an engine hoist to lift up the engine. I wrapped the straps under the right side mount and down under the transmission. Used a lump of wood the keep the spacing.
With the engine lifted 3 or 4 inches fully undo the three bolts that hold the mounting bracket to the motor and then wriggle the mount assy up and out. Its a bit of fiddle but it will fit, mind you don't ding the radiator.
All the oil is what came out of the mount when I tipped it on its side.
As you can see the old mount is torn around 90% of its diameter.
Unbolt old mount from bracket and bolt on new one. Wriggle it back into place, bolt it back to engine, lower engine back down and put it all back together again.
If you are doing just the rear (right side) mount you don't need to take off the fans. My rear mount was OK so I left it alone, otherwise again its an unbolt the bracket and wriggle it out job. The bolts that stick off the bottom of the mounts are awful long and I see no reason for this, might be worth cutting off the excess to make wriggling the old one out simpler as well as the new one in.