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Old 08-19-2013, 10:27 AM
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linkage bushings

Where can one find automatic shift linkgage & kickdown linkage bushings and the washer/snap piece that holds it together?

Every bushing I find is for a 3 spd manual transmission.
This is for a 390 with a C6. My kickdown rod is not installed so I want to install it. I have bushings on the trans linkage now but I'd like to replace them. This is the linkage from the trans up to the lever at the bottom of the column.
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I don't believe kickdown rod bushings are available. They are part of the kickdown rod.
Shift linkage grommets are available from Ford. Part # EOSZ-7341-B
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Thanks for the part number. I found them by searching that part number:

C4/C5: Grommet, Shift, Manual Lever - Large - EOSZ-7341-B

Is there some kind of clip to hold the shift rod into the lever?

After seeing the part I know see someone installed the rubber bushings for a manual trans on my truck at some point.

Has anyone used some other bushing for the kickdown rod? Is the kickdown rod held on the lever by E-clips?
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Aby. No clip for the shift. The E0SZ bushing is also a retainer at the same time. When you get it push it into the lever then push the rod in to it. No bushings in kick down rod. If it sways back and forth a bit no big deal.
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OK. Thanks for the help!
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Where can one find automatic shift linkage & kickdown linkage bushings and the washer/snap piece that holds it together?

This is for a 390 with a C6. My kickdown rod is not installed so I want to install it. I have bushings on the trans linkage now but I'd like to replace them.

This is the linkage from the trans up to the lever at the bottom of the column.
C4SZ-7C484-A .. Bushing-Kickdown Rod-Lower / Obsolete

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 8 = 800-543-4959 / NOS PARTS LTD in Waxahachie TX has 10 = 972-937-2201 / KINSEL L/M in Beaumont TX has 13 = 800-816-2894.
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C5AZ-9C805-A .. Bushing-Kickdown Rod-Upper / Obsolete

NOS PARTS LTD has 8 / KINSEL L/M has 50 / GREEN SALES has 212.
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1967/72: At the bottom of the steering column underneath the hood is the selector lever that the shift rod from the trans attaches to.

There are TWO DIFFERENT types of bushings used in this lever, they do NOT interchange. Verify which type you have.

One type is E0SZ-7341-B (replaced C8OZ-7341-A - C9TZ-7341-A - D5AZ-7341-C) which is a 'snap in' nylon bushing / Available from Ford.

The other type is C5TZ-7343-A which is a kit that contains a rubber bushing and nylon insulator (Used with A/T & M/T) / Obsolete ~ 100's available NOS

Left upper pic: Kickdown rod and etc. / Note location of 7C484 & 9C805 bushings
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Thanks, NumberDummy. I was begining to get worried about you. I was afraid you were sick.

The truck's shift lever has the rubber bushing and nylon insulator installed on it now. I'll do a search online for C5TZ-7343-A
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Thanks, NumberDummy. I was begining to get worried about you. I was afraid you were sick.

The truck's shift lever has the rubber bushing and nylon insulator installed on it now.

C5TZ-7343-A > >
NOS PARTS LTD has 9 / GREEN SALES has 20 / KINSEL L/M has 26.

371702-S .. "Wavy" Spring Steel Clip (used with C5TZ-7343-A) that when installed on the rod, flattens out...retains it in place (see pic) / Obsolete

GREEN SALES has 7.

A/T at lower right in pic. Notice pic shows rubber bushing and its insulator, does not show the 'snap-in' nylon bushing.
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Green Sales has them as well as a few others. Green Sales says there is a clip that goes with them, part no. 379620S100.

NumberDummy is that the correct clip or are they needed for this application?
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We posted at the same time. Yes, sir I need the wavy clip.

Green Sales didn't have any.
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We posted at the same time. Yes, sir I need the wavy clip.

Green Sales has 7 = 371702-S AUTOMATIC trans.
379620-S100 = 3 speed MANUAL trans.

See post 8, I edited in the info, posted a pic of the little charmer.
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Green Sales can't get 371620-S to come up in their system. I can't find it online doing a search.

Do you show that clip at any other parts dealers?

I can't find a diagram of the shift rod attachement to the trans.
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Green Sales has 7: 371702-S
I typo'd the wrong part number, since corrected. See posts 8 & 11.

Only parts catalog pic that shows kickdown rod ~ See post 8.
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they are ordered now

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