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Guibo innards


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While browsing my parts manual today I noticed that the drive shaft guibo appears to have innards: shown as parts 1-8 on 26/6 of the parts manual. When I replaced the guibo 1 year ago, I didn't see any of this stuff as the guibo fell apart in pieces when I removed the drive shaft. I simply bought the new rubber guibo, insterted it between the output flange of the transmission and the flange on the drive shart and bolted them together. Could I possibly be missing this stuff or is it inside the transmission output flange ? If missing, wouldn't I notice it , assuming it has some function ? Help!

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without any pictures - I assume your refering to the centering bushing

and grease seal that belongs in the front end of the drive shaft-

which keeps the shaft centered, supported, and lubricated

onto the output shaft end of the transmission.

The rubber guibo does not have any innards.

YES - those parts are important!

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i LIKE coax in my windshield strip, thank you very much.

I spend the $55 I save on new parts that keep the wheels on!

(heh)

Seriously, CD, I have NEVER seen that heat shield on ANY car...

of course, the exhaust manifold heat shield's almost always missing, too...

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