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Two ways..of doing this, I've hear of a couple people that were able to wiggle the pump in and out w/o removing the motor mount bracket. They said it was tough, but possible. The other way is below.
Jack and support the passenger side at about normal ride height or as low as yoru jackstands go. Remove the passenger tire and splash shields. Using some block of wood for oil pan protrection jack the motor lightly to remove the pressure from the main passenger motormount bolt. Here'* a picture of that bolt.
Once that bolt is removed, lower the motor slightly to remove pressure off the mount brackets.
Crawl under the passenger side and loosen (don't try to remove) the two 15mm bolts that hold the bottom of the body side mount. The mount can be lifted w/o taking the bolts out.
From the top remove the 2 15mm bolts that hold the body side bracket to the car. Slight tweaking of the AC lines will be necessary. At this time also fight the plastic piece holding the AC lines to the body side bracket. Wiggle and lift the bracket out of the engine bay.
IIRC your motor mount bracket does not bolt up behind the power steering pump. If one bolt is back there, you need to unbolt the pump and let it lay in the bay. Once the bracket is off, the WP should be easy to get at.