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if you are stuck in gear it is not a basic rebuild but a bad rebuild
because of the design of the gear selection process , it is impossible to have 2 gears selected together as one selector shaft will not move unless another selector shaft is in the correct position ( neutral ) to allow the detente balls to move out of the way so the next selector shaft can move
it is possible that the gear stick is not in the correct position when it was installed back onto the top of the box and one gear was selected and the end of the lever came out of the selector slot or all the selectors were not in the neutral position and so the end of the lever went behind a selector rail
pull the gear lever turret of the top of the box, move the selector rails until they all line up as a slot across all of them , then put the gear lever end back in that neutral slot
the clutch allows a break in torque so that you can select the next gear required. You have to move the gear lever to get the next gear
if the gear lever doesn't move then the problem is in the gear selector / levers and not the clutch
Sounds like your linkage slipped out of sequence. On your transmission there is a place where you can manually shift your tansmission through the gears. When you move the selector on the trani it should move the shifter as well. All the way up on selector should be park, then R,N,D so on. If you move the selector all the way up at your shifter reads something else, you need to adjust the linkage and put car in park with selector on trani in park and tighten linkage back up. Run through all the gears and you should be good.
To Adjust :
1- Unclip parking brake boot.
2- Detach the center console upper section.
3- Disconnect cigar lighter electrical connector.
4- Remove te center console upper section , disconnect the transmission mode and traction control electrical connectors
5- Move the selector lever to position "R"
6- Loosen the selector cable lock nut
7- Detach the selector cable.
8- Raise and support the car.
9- Move the Rotary position switch to the "R" position , so that it matches the lever.
10- Lower the car.
11- Connect the selector cable (Do not tighten selector lever lock nut)
12- Move selector lever to "D" , hold the selector lever applying light pressure and fingure tighten the rear lock nut , then fingure tighten the front lock nut
13- Now move the lever to different gear positions , ( when "D" is selected , make sure it sits as close as possible to the "D" and "4" position in each corner.
14- Tighten selector lever lock nut.
15- Install center console upper section. (connect the transmission mode and traction control electrical connectors)
16- Connect the cigar lighter connector
17- Install the center console upper section.
18- Clip together the parking brake boot.
And you are done , I know it looks hard but it is not , read through my instructions and understand it and all will be easy to do.
Good luck , hope it helped :)