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Part identification ?

Replaced a broken torsion bar adjustment screw and this was laying next to it in the cover by the hole. Piece of 3/8 thick rubber. Does anyone know what this came from ? The picture is next to the broken bolt for size reference. Thanks !
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Looks like the isolator plate

Try Ford part number: 6L5Z5B335AA
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Maybe that's it.

https://www.parts.com/index.cfm?fuse...-BARS-ISOLATOR

I guess it goes in there some where near the key ?
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So, if I take the cover off I should be able to see if it's torn up ?

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Looking at this picture, is the rubber sandwiched in the middle of this ? What does it involve to get this out and replaced ?
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