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Tom--why not just disconnect the metal rod that has the T-handle on one end from the gearbox? You can turn it either way without that rod. I would try running the car with the rod disconnected and see if the transmission jumps again. If not, then the rod is indeed slowly ratcheting through the firewall as the engine moves in its mounts. If the jumps still happen, then the problem is in the gearbox.
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