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Default Issue with small pin protruding from shifter

I have an 03 Bonneville SE which I recently replaced the light bulb in the shifter. While in the process, I broke off the small pin from the shifter so now the indicator doesn't move but I can still see it shifting from the dashboard which is why it isn't such an issue but it annoys me that the indicator in the console doesn't move. I'm trying to find a replacement pin but I can't find it. Does anybody know first, if that part is available and second, where would I be able to purchase it?
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