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Automatic transmission Linkage in cab has excpeesive play. Dissasembled same plastic washers between linkage and shifter were worn. Question. Are thes special parts. I have put others in and lateral play it fine but shoulder pin which connects them now seems to be too large for the race it rests in to anchor them. Shifter is wobbly in the plastic housing? Anyone have an exploded view diagram of this. Thanks I am 15 this is my first car.

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