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Old 02-18-2019, 10:48 AM   #1
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Difference between 92-95 Mopar shifters

Hello all,

I recently recreated a plastic part that seems to be unobtanium, and I'm thinking of selling them. The part is a piece of the shifter assembly, Mopar part # 4641251. There are several shifters that look VERY similar, and I think this part may be cross compatible. What are the differences between 4641251, 4641252, 4641253, 4641103, etc?

The part I've recreated is the plastic collar that is pushed by the button on the shifter. It actuates the lever that releases the key interlock. It also has detent steps that stop the operator from shifting accidently into improper gears. It doesn't seem to have it's own part number, and seems to only be available as part of the assembly.
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