Beginning this project (1989 Supra with a previous 2JZ swap)

Black95

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it is actually easier to remove the intake manifold (both lower and top) as that will give you a clear line of site to the starter and a normal 12mm wrench will fit on the tranny side and then use a ratchet on the motor side.
Thanks. I got it out and put back together. Time to put it back in.

Dumb move on my part. I thought I could take the top part of the starter off to give myself room to plug in the rear knock sensor and be able to put it back together in the car. Not a chance in hell.

Edit: 20 minutes to put it back in. Not bad.
 
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I am working on getting rid of this:
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By replacing it with one of these:
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Are the M8 terminals big enough or should I reorder it with M10 terminals?

I also have one of these with 3/8" terminals:

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But I was worried about having that many wires on two posts, and it being exposed. I needed a two terminal one on the other side where the power line from a new relay/fuse box will be coming through the firewall.

What's your advice?