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My shift bar was on the ground

Okay so i own a 1996 honda civic hatch back i need to know what the part that shifts the gears is called? I also need to know how to put it back on. now its not the rod that moves the gears it is the rod with the round end and looks like it just bolts on to the tranz. i thought it was called the shift linkage but i cant find the part for my car.

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Starting from inside the car, you have the shift level. This is whatallows you to change gears. This goes through the floor and connects to a shift quadrant. Linkage then runs from the shift quadrant to the transmission by means of shift linkage.

The linkage usually has while plastic balls that help connect the linkage to the top or side of the transmission.

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