Question about 1989 GMC C1500
It sounds like the shift linkage is badly worn where the gear lever is supported on the shaft. Somtimes there is a plastic bush which ends up wearing out and disintegrating causing the slop you have described. You will need to remove the gear lever assembly from the vehicle to work on it. You should be able to get a replacement bush to repair it.
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