basically the guibo disk is the flex disk that connects the driveshaft to the transmission. its made of a hardened rubber that has fine rope braids in it to strenthen it.. it helps prevent too much vibration down the driveshaft.. when it wears you start to get a rubbling sound that seems like its under ass. when it wears more it seems like you have a flat tire in the rear.....
when tranny mounts go, they act much like when motor mounts act.. when the transmission is in use and it makes a movement, it can make noise because the mounts are shot or arent seated properly.
both are located under the middle of the car, hidden above the exhaust ( if i remember right its around the catylitic converter.)
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