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if the gears were "melted together" then the trans wouldn't shift at all. since the car runs fine sometimes and sometimes it doesn't it sounds like an electronic problem. the trans uses shift solenoids to acheive gear changes. is the fluid dark brown in color or smell burnt? if so you may have some slipping of the clutch discs/ bands, but it doesn't sound severe if the car runs fine at times. i suggest you have a trans shop to drive the car and get a more accurate diagnosis.
Generaly o2 code comes up when anything at all is wrong in the combustion process. I'd have the egr valve tested and cleaned as well as the passages to and from it...They often get plugged up with carbon.
well if its poping an o2 code try a couple things before you start spending money. when it starts up listen for a rattle from the cattilitic convertor. if you have a bad rattle replace the cat that might solve both codes if no rattle replace the o2 sensor, it might just be that. hope this helps
it is very difficult to match wiring harness from auto tranny to manual tanny they are different connectors and reverse lights on auto tranny was connected to the nuetral safety switch about 6 to 8 different wires on manual tranny there is a switch located on the top of the tranny and backup lights are connected only with 1 wire you may need to get some help from auto electrition this should not cost alot of money to fix thanks