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WTB 1995 stick shift assembly or reverse lock out actuator

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  • WTB 1995 stick shift assembly or reverse lock out actuator

    I have a 1995 SE 5sp. The reverse lock out actuator has disintegrated. If anyone has the lock out actuator (Ford part # 7e096) or the full stick shift assembly (with the actuator of course), I'm looking to by.

    Thanks

  • #2
    This what you need ?


    http://mefi.us/images/fuelly/smallsig-us/78388.png

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    • #3
      I would not think so, the bottom does not look anything like my mine. Sure like the look of this though. From what I have been able to read, the 95's MTX is much different than the later years.

      Thanks!

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      • #4
        Probably different due to being rod shift.
        http://mefi.us/images/fuelly/smallsig-us/78388.png

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        • #5
          You will end up doing what I had to do when my lockout collar disintegrated on my '96 Mystique. Buy a "Ford Contour Short throw shifter" from eBay for about $55. The part you need is the part with the collar like the picture above, and throw the rest away (unless you want that aluminum shift knob...they can get hot as I understand). I filled the bulk of the space under the shift knob with two-part epoxy putty and drilled an appropriately sized hole in the appropriate location for the new roll pin from the hardware store. I also reamed the main through hole to make sure the shifting shaft wouldn't bind anywhere. The old one should come out with pliers and is not really re-usable after that. Make sure the roll pin hole goes all the way through so you can get it out if you have to with a long punch. You will need to saw off or grind off a little bit on the bottom to look like the one in the attached picture...and paint it black.
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          '93 Ford Mondeo Si w/ RS body kit
          '93 Ford Mondeo Ghia
          '96 Mercury Mystique 2.5l GS
          '99 Ford Contour SVT #1971
          '95 Ford Contour Electric Conversion (Voltour)

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          • #6
            Thanks everyone. I got lucky, found 2 at my local junkyard -- which my mechanic happens to own.

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