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From the way you've described it your gear stick linkages maybe on there way out. When changing gear does the car resist getting into gear?
If it's more of a crunching sound then I would try double de clutching, to do this you need to:
change gear as usual but instead of holding down the clutch throughout the gear change hold it down to take the vehicle into neutral then release the clutch then push the clutch down again and change into desired gear.
To change down it's basically the same principal but you push down the clutch to put the vehicle into neutral then push the throttle down just to pitch revs then release the throttle and push the clutch down to change into your desired gear, if it won't go in to gear easily then rather the throttle until it does.
You can go onto youtube and search for double de clutching and I'm sure some results will come up
Good you changed the oil. Keep an eye on it. It should stay a nice clear color for about a thousand miles. Sounds like a lifter is bad. Good idea to change them all if you change one. If it doesn't get worse, and doesn't cause any other problems, some people just live with it.
It's not a worm gear,just a small gear on the motor and a long metal gear an the regulator. They are riveted in,if the door panel cracked or a rivet came loose the gears may have slipped,have to pull the door panel to see.
its that throttle body you put on doing it try changing the mass air flow meeter and setting up the throttle pedel poshion switch this may sort you out,,,
if the throttle poshion switch is not set up it throws the gear box into a wobbely
Yes, you should be able to add it thru the level check plug, which I believe is removed with a 1/2 inch drive extension that should fit in the plug, and just loosen and remove. To be at the correct level, the gear oil should just start to flow out of the plug hole. And of course, for an accuracy, do this on a level surface.