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When changing from auto to stick shift, don't forget to install a pilot bushing into the rear of the crankshaft. It's a real bummer when you do everything else right and forget this small part...ask me how I know!
is its only reverse or foreward as well as if its only reverse then you have a undone a wrong bolt and the pivot pin for the reverse gear is now not located ,done it myself before now trying to find the oil level filler hole ,you will have drop box remove top lid and locate the reverse idler gear then the movement arm and refit the bolt with a shank /pin correctly ,done it myself honest thats how i know what you have done
hi mate , sounds like the SPIGOT bearing its a little bearing that allows the gearbox to be at a different seed than the engine flywheel and if this is in bad condition it will take the gearbox front shaft to a higher speed than comfortable for gearshift , in the meantime when you go for 1st or reverse gear just engage a gear like 4th without taking your foot off the clutch and then go for 1st or reverse, this will stop the gearbox spining long enough for a smooth shif, oNLY USE THIS METHOD WHILE STaTIONARY and see a professional when you get time.