Question about 1995 Toyota Corolla
It may be the shifter lever bushing at the base of the shifter. To check you must remove the stick shift cover. With the stick exposed, push down and turn on the plate that holds the shifter shaft. It is spring loaded and may take some effort. ( Remove stick while in neutral) Pull the stick out of the trans where the stick shift pivots should be a rubber bushing about the size of a half dollar. I think you can only get this part at a Toyota dealer. Hope this helps !
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