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The video is decent and gives you an idea of what's happening in removing the pump. But the video is using a car without an AC compressor and that's good for clarity but could be frustrating for you if you're dealing with an AC system.
IF you have AC, you can match the video steps but you'll need to remove the AC belt before you get to removing the alternator/WP belts.
You don't need to touch any of the AC system other than the belt. It's a little hard to see down and around the AC compressor but the job is entirely viable with the compressor in place.
Make sure you clean all of the old gasketing and cement from the mount surfaces before you reassemble.
Some of the bolts seem to get pretty crudded up with rust/gunk and I clean them up on a wire-wheel. And I coat all of them pretty thoroughly with anti-seize on reassembly.
Pretty basic job, good luck.
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