Hello and welcome to Just answer.com, Super mechanic here. About your vehicle.
You will want to remove the intake manifold bracket to have more room to get in there, if you have not already.
Then you can use a 6", 3/8 drive extension and reach behind the starter and get the bolt out. You may have to 'feel' for it though as you can actually see it. Let me know if you have any further problems with it, thanks
Yes, that is what the book says to do, let me see if I can send it.
They are the same, notice that it states to remove the cluth slave cylinder, (MT) if there is one, (step 4). And, pull the starter from the clutch, (MT) or converter housing, (AT).
MT = manual transmission
AT = automatic transmission
That's all the information that I have on it. Let me opt out and we can relist the case to see if there may be another expert who may have more insight as to what it may be. Thank you for your patience.
I have some pictures that may help. Let me see if I can send them.
Then you might be able to get in there with a wrench.