The roller rolls now, I can see it rolling when I put it into reverse. Maybe someday I will take it all apart and bench it. But right now I need to be able to drive it everyday. My wife's 2009 chrysler town and country van is going back to the dealership again. They overhauled the transmission and it's still stalling coming off the highway, so back it goes. Good thing for the unlimited lifetime drivetrain warranty, if they could only get it right after two trips and two months at the dealership service center.
I also noticed that instead of holding them stick to the drivers side , and then trying to push it into reverse, if I go I to reverse with one quick sudden motion, it goes in easier. Now at least from looking at the internal workings I don't feel like I'm gonna break something forcing it into reverse. On my Delorean, I bent a small pin by forcing the stick to the pass side to go into 5th gear and fortunately the fiero isn't designed that flimsy.
===Always trying to find time to work on cars===
Baldwin, Long Island, NY
Where driving hard is SOP.
"Blue" <= '85 Fiero GT
Stock V6---Stock everything. Trying to keep it 'mostly' that way.
"Boo" <= '81 Delorean DMC-12
Stock PRV engine
Carbed and loving it! (Peugot 604 manifold) ---"Sorry purists"