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Another mystery part

In my process of removing the tranny I found that this connection doesn't feel right
It has a lot of wiggle and to me it feels like there should be metal or plastic washer or something similar

Is this true and does anyone know what this part is called?
I want to replace it now that I can reach to it


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The part is called a 'shift bushing' aka 'gearshift linkage bushing'.

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This is somewhat common and can leave you stranded if you can't shift into gear.

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Thank you so much.
Is there a part number?
Do I have to order from Mercedes or local shops will have it?
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The shift linkage should be on the other side should this be the linkage for the accelerator connection .

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Thank you so much.
Is there a part number?
Do I have to order from Mercedes or local shops will have it?
It is the connecting rod from your throttle linkage to the transmission and controls your shift points depending on its adjustment length.
The bushing part number is 110 277 05 50. Just google the part number. Its all over the internet.
Hope this helps.
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This is correct . The shifter bushing is on the Left side Of transmission. Will require. Two bushes For correct functioning of shifter.
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It is the connecting rod from your throttle linkage to the transmission and controls your shift points depending on its adjustment length.
The bushing part number is 110 277 05 50. Just google the part number. Its all over the internet.
Hope this helps.
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