Thanks for the reply. I didn't feel any play in it at all. I think I'm going to put the old one back on just to see if it straightens out the car. I won't leave it on for long because with all the screaming that it was doing that bearing can't last much longer. The car was running fine with the old synchronizer installed, it was just that bearing going out. If the car runs better with the old one I'll be pretty sure that I ended up with the wrong part. I held them up next to each other before I installed it, but it looked the same. I'm thinking that there could be a couple of issues if that part is wrong, first the part might not be exactly right, then also since I used the old sensor on it, they might not be working together either. I sure appreciate the input.