I have a horrible situation that there might not be a fix for! I'm replacing my 2008 Honda Element starter. (I have an earlier thread about this). My neighbor (experienced shade tree mechanic) said he could do it for me from under the car. He was successful at getting the starter out. I took it to have it rebuilt. When my neighbor was putting the starter back in tonight, he dropped the rear 14mm bolt behind the starter while trying to get it in the hole to screw it in. As he tried to get the bolt out, it kept falling further behind and under the starter and is now lodged behind the starter in a sort of vertical position. He tried taking the starter back out and now the starter is stuck because of how the bolt is lodged behind the starter. The starter won't budge now not matter how much or how hard he tries to wiggle it. He wants to try putting in another 14mm back bolt and putting in the 17mm front bolt but I'm worried that the starter might not be fully snugged up against the motor and might be a little crooked and cause major damage if he tries starting it like it is. I don't know what to do!