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Old 08-28-2004, 01:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I looked under my car today to find out why my cars drive shaft felt bent and the rubber boot or washer type thing that is in between the drive shaft and transmission ( standard ) was all frayed up it looks like the washer was reinforced with strings and some how it broke apart and the strings are all get caught in my drive shaft. Is this a common thing? What can cause this?
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That would be the flex coupler. It fails over time. Replace it IMMEDIATELY.
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i thought it was a GUIBO??
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Meh, it's the same thing, flex coupler is easier to say so the tech guys don't give you a weird look.
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Kev so I shouldn't drive my car at all?
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