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This sounds very much like the nylon ball as worn that enters your gear shifter, it's something you can do yourself if you get the replacement part for it but make sure it's that before you purchase the new part, you can gain access to it from inside the car by removing the gear laver assembly 15min job.
Didn't get info on which car or van your working on but a lot of gearchanges can jam due to heavy handed gear changes check top of gearbox turret remove screws se if end of gearchange stick has broken off remove and look inside box get large screwdriver and lever cutouts in selectors and lever into line and if stick not broken then refit some ford transit turrets seize and stick in gear lubrication is the answer also transit has a crosspin that snaps needs retapped if cable or lever make sure not seized
check the wiring for breaks. if ok. and check the reverse switch .in your i think it is down the left hand side of your gear stick.or the trouble is loose linkages from the gear stick to your gear box.
Sounds to me that your cable is broke therefor not putting the car in gear. This can happen real easy. Have someone move the shifter for you and look at the side of your trans and see it the cable is moving. If not then you can do a visible inspection of it and see if it is broke.
IF IT STUCK IN PARK.CHECK BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH FUSE AND THE BRAKE TRANSMISSION SHIFT INTERLOCK SOLENOID FUSE.AND PARK NEUTRAL SAFETY BACK UP SWITCH FUSE.IF ANY OF THESE 3.IF FUSE IS BLOWN OR ANY IS FAULTY.YOU WONT BE ABLE TO MOVE CAR OUT OF GEAR.ANOTHER THING MAKE SURE YOUR BATTERY HAS 12.5 VOLTS.
Is the stick moving? or is it 'stuck' in the reverse position as well? There are adjustments but it seems more likely that your 'stick' has come unstuck from the gear levers that actually put the gears in the right spot. Have someone look at the transmission while you move the stick to see if the levers are moving and put your response here.