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Old 11-10-2011, 06:44 PM
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722.000 (W3A040) transmission shifter bushings.

I just removed my automatic transmission from a 280SEL 4.5 to replace input and output seals and I noticed that my shifter bushing are shot. I tried to find the correct ones in the ETK and I can not find all of them.

So I far I could only find the bushing #3 on this picture


Part #31 connects to that bushing, but where is the bushing that connects to the bottom of the part #31?

Also, part #31 connects to the transmission on the driver's side. On the other side there is another lever. What is that lever for? I can not find any bushings bushing for that lever as well.

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Old 11-10-2011, 09:34 PM
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The other lever connects to the throttle. I call it a kick down lever, but I am not sure that is the correct name. I just replaced those bushings. The dealer sold me the wrong part twice. I ended up finding the correct bushings at Northside imports. They cost a couple of bucks each. The same bushings fit many different cars.
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Old 11-10-2011, 10:39 PM
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The other lever connects to the throttle. I call it a kick down lever, but I am not sure that is the correct name. I just replaced those bushings. The dealer sold me the wrong part twice. I ended up finding the correct bushings at Northside imports. They cost a couple of bucks each. The same bushings fit many different cars.
Do you have a part number by any chance?
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Old 11-11-2011, 08:57 AM
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The bushing on the shifter end and transmission end are both the same. The part number for both is 1159920310.

John
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