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I drive mine very hard. You might want to check the other mounts too if the top link is failing that quickly.My wife drives the same car. I have to replace that mount every year or two.She is hard on equiptment,that's why she drives a Toyota.
@Hans471 is correct and my verbiage could have been better. When you pull the battery cables you just turn the “check engine” light off. The ECU stores the code. If the car doesn’t immediately trigger the code again, the check light stays off until the condition is sensed again.