Underneath the rear seat, disconnect the battery.
Jack the right rear of the car up and use a jack stand to support the car.
Disconnect the positive battery cable from the starter (13mm wrench or socket).
Unplug the ignition switch wire from the starter.
Behind the fan shroud on the right side of the engine,
remove the top starter nut (17mm wrench).
An assistant may be necessary to hold the starter bolt
in place from underneath the car.
Remove the D-Bolt from the starter and save it for re-installation.
Underneath the car, remove the lower starter mounting nut (17mm wrench or socket).
The starter can now be removed from the transmission.
(Not pictured is removing the starter bushing which can be done with
a specialty bushing puller.)
(Not pictured is installing the starter bushing which is pushed into place
once the original bushing is removed.)
Put the starter in place in the transmission and
install the lower mounting nut (17mm wrench or socket).
Attach the positive battery cable to the threaded post (13mm wrench or socket).
Plug the ignition switch wire to the starter solenoid.
Slide the D-bolt through the starter, transmission and engine and key it into the starter.
The D-bolt should be sticking out of the engine and visible
behind the right side of the fan shroud.
An assistant might be helpful to hold the D-Bolt in place from
underneath while the starter nut is installed on the right,
backside of the fan shroud.
Jack the right rear of the car up, remove the jack stand and lower the car down to the ground.
Reconnect the battery and set the rear seat back in place.
The installation is now complete. Turn the key, start the engine and enjoy the drive.