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My 1992 mercury topaz shift hard when coming to a stop. recently had transmission replaced. maybe missing transmission shift cable. is there such a part

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Unit has shift linkage between throttle and transmission linkage, it has plastic bushings that hold it in place, they will get brittle with time and break, allowing linkage to come off or be out of adjustment. Have whoever rebuilt it have a look at them and replace them. There plastic, cost should be a few dollars.

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