Well I didn't want to hear that the heater core is a major pain also. That sucks. In my 73 chevy K20, you drop the glove box and everything is right there. Oh, not my issue at the moment. Again, thanks for the info. The clutch must be in correctly and I had fluid in there until I pulled the axels out and got the trans off the engine. The for is connected to the slave cylinder right? Though I took off the trans from the engine, I didn't take it apart. Just wiped it down to clean it up a bit. I noticed more play where the slave connects on the bell housing so something is ip there. If the fork got moved around somehow, would that cause the the stick not to reach any gears? I was looking at the linkage thinking I bent something in the process but things look normal. I'm getting the shop lights out and going back under again tonight. Wish it would stop raining. Thanks.