The rubber of the rear gearbox mounting is often softened by engine oil, etc. This results in the transmission of drive noises to the body.
The gearbox bearing is fixed to the gearbox with one screw and to its holder with two screws; it can be replaced in a few minutes by supporting the gearbox (jack, etc), then unscrewing the gearbox holder, replacing the gearbox bearing and refastening the holder.
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