Thanks All I'm Surprised nobody came out with it yet ...but here is the answer.
I neede to GENTLY move the snycro's back and it's easy from the top shift housing. Just incase someone get's stuck on the road it's an easy fix with a two screwdrivers. Two because it's a pain to get the shifter out to look down the top of the housing.
Remove/loosen the carpeting in the area of the shifter, slide boot upwards.
Push down on the round metal thing at the base of the shifter and spin counter clockwise, should be spring loaded.
You will see 3 shift forks and one will be out of place. If you already see how to fix it, do it. If not, read on.
The shift forks are completely opposite of the gear shift positions.
Top left position:
Upper middle position:
Lower middle position:
Top right position:
Bottom right position:
Now that you can see the shift forks and you know what gear you're stuck in take a long flat tip screwdriver and return the stuck shift fork so that way the gaps in the center of the three all line up. Reverse can be a bit tricky as there is a spring loaded cylinder.