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Shift bushing part number!!!

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    madmatt2024 FEOA Member

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    My shifter is getting loose as well as the one on my dads ZX2. With the help of the Ford service manual I found the Ford and Mazda part number for the shift bushings!
    Ford = E7GZ-7A133-A
    Mazda = B001-46-062
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    madmatt2024 FEOA Member

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    I found out that the bushings from NAPA are in their Parts Pro catalog and you can order them there. $.89 each. We are going to try to buy some from our local NAPA Tuesday. I will let you know how it goes.
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    cklaubur Former Escort Owner

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    Maybe I'll finally get around to replacing mine, now that I have a part number to look for.

    Casey
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    cklaubur Former Escort Owner

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    Did you have any luck getting the bushings?

    Casey
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    Yes! Yesterday NAPA ordered them and today my dad picked them up. $.79 each! We got 8 of them. :) The NAPA part number was correct!!!
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    cklaubur Former Escort Owner

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    Cool. I put a set on order for me, and will hopefully have them by the end of the week. There's none in Arizona, apparently, so they have to be shipped from a warehouse in New Mexico.

    Casey
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    not to dig up old dirt , but i called around to 5 difrent napa's , 4 of them seen them in the catalog , but could not order them , and the 5th one said he could have them in 3 days , and they only had 4 in stock at the warehouse in washington D.C , and from what dude said , its the last 4 that he seen in stock anywhere on the east coast .. how true it is i dont know but i know i played H3LL tryen to find them . now only if my [email protected] shifter would show up ...
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    If you are having problems finding the NAPA bushings but are to cheap to buy the ones from CS there are always these made out of billet aluminum. I found them a while ago but didn't post because I thought they were $13 each, turns out for $13 you get 4 of them.
    http://www.atfbilletparts.com/index.php ... 6540f2527d
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    That will take the play in the shifter (from left to right in gear) out right? I need some pretty bad, since I installed my short throw, it's been kinda loose.
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    Out-freaking-standing. Do you think Napa would have them in stock considering that Autozone and Advanced auto parts didn't have them and can't get them. I need them because my wife has given me whiplash (just kidding) missing 3rd and hitting first at 35 mph lol. Thanks Matt, I appreciate the research and PN!
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    I don't think its a normally stocked item at NAPA but you have the part number. If your local NAPA can't get it you can order them from NAPA's website. Just type the part number into the search bar on their website.
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    And it'll be like .79 a piece right?
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    Ok, I searched for them online and found no results. Am I gonna have to go to the store and get these?
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    Meh, I'm a techni-tard, so it's probably just me. I'll try again. If it doesn't have bolts or combustion, I'm no good with it.

    How many do I need? I know I need 2 for the shifter itself, but what about the linkage at the trans?
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    I saw the first one. I wish I knew why I can't seem to operate a computer lol. Thanks and I'll be ordering them ASAP. What good is a short throw if the bushings are shot? Now all I gotta do is find an old 1.9L HO header, and some other misc parts to help out.
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    thanks madmatt

    Thanks madmatt. the part number was correct at napa. now i no longer have to ask my passenger to move thier leg so i can shift into fifth gear! the install was very easy.

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