The front and rear mount appear to be ‘Electronically Controlled Engine Mounts’. There probably is a flow control solenoid that loosens and stiffens the mounts to better isolate and damp the vibration of the motor/transaxle assembly under idle, acceleration, and decelleration. Since the solenoid is controlled by the ECM, any replacement should be as close to OEM as possible if not directly from the manufacturer.
Putting in a noncontrolled mount might cause greater engine vibration to be felt. Also, the ECM might object to the unterminated driver wires and set a Diagnostic Trouble Code and the Malfunction Indicator Light.
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