I was driving home today and suddenly found that I could only select 3rd gear. When inspecting the linkages inside the gear stick housing I realized that something on the the end of the rod must have sheered off stopping it manipulating the linkages inside. In fact they were falling off the end of the rod attached to the ball joint on the base of the gear stick. In the process of getting it home I snapped the inside plastic mech part(the cable ties were my addition to get it home and likely contributed to the snapped part). My question is what part/set am I looking for when buying a replacement. I have searched with multiple gear related terms and cannot find anything suitable.
With my Toyota Aygo we had sort of the same Problem. You could only order 2 parts: The actual gear leaver assembly and the shift cables. You should identify what´s actually the problem: Is the lever damaged, so the link/cable does not attach, or is the connecor on the link damaged/missing a clip?
(Example: Mazda 3 manual transmission)
The best thing you could do is to search for a schematic diagram of your transmission shifter assembly to correctly identify the part that you are needing. this would save you the cost of buying a set and just use a part of it.