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Old April 4th, 2007, 8:18 pm   #1
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Question Shift linkage bushings?

First off my shifter has alot of slop in it when it is in gear, it is a pain to get aligned to get in gear but I have gotten used to it a little. It is a Manual. Is there more than just the one bushing that attatches the shift shaft to the transmision or is there one @ the shifter also? I checked the local parts houses and can not find the bushing(s). Do I need to go to a dealer or could I get these @ a transmission shop or somewhere else?
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Old April 4th, 2007, 8:41 pm   #2
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Bolts go through the linkage at two different spots, each bolt needs two bushings, so you'll need 4 total and its dealer only
Ford;
Part No. # E7GZ-7A133-A COST IS $3.14 EACH
Description-Nylon-Polyurthane bushing
Or Mazda;
Part No. # B001-46-062 usually same price as Ford, but you never know.
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Old April 4th, 2007, 8:42 pm   #3
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NM that's for 2nd gens!

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Thanks for the fast replies as usual. I will check with both to see if there is a price difference.
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I have the same problem so I got a part number for all the bushings to replace when I replace everything else in the car.

You need:
B001-46-062
GA2A-46-062
Two of each, $7.50 for the two B001s and $8.10 for the two GA2As.
2nd gen are different
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Ah my bad didn't realize this was the first gen board. I can manage to get lost even online apparently.
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