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Tranny stuck in reverse with no shifter attatched, replaced clutch. How do I get it back in nuetral to attatche shifter?

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Is the transmission still out? If so, there should be either a side or top mounted gear selection. If it is a top loader manual transmission, you can use any type of metal rod as a makeshift gear stick. Make sure that the dimension of the metal rod will fit snugly, and return the transmission to the neutral position. If on the side, make the necessary adjustments to place the transmission in the neutral position.

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