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On a wall hung unit the pipes can come out either side.

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It is pretty involved requiring discharging/disconnecting the AC, Dash board and other components. If you are up to it I found these step by step on the Autozone web site.

As seen on autozone's web site (/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f8075b324)

Instructions -

Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.

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Disconnect the negative battery cable.

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The front power window switch

The center bezel retaining screw

The Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) control knobs

The center bezel using a trim stick

The top cover retaining screws and pull it rearward to remove

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The retaining screws from the upper and lower steering column shrouds

The left lower instrument panel bezel

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The A/C vacuum harness connector

The defroster duct from the heater A/C unit housing

The heater A/C unit housing from the vehicle

The heater core from the housing

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Install or connect the following:

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The heater A/C unit housing to the vehicle

The defroster duct to the housing

The A/C vacuum harness

The drain tube

The suction and liquid lines to the evaporator

The reposition the vehicle speed control servo, if equipped

The heater hoses to the heater core

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The instrument panel

The right side instrument panel wire connectors

The right side instrument panel end cap

The glove box assembly

The center console

The auxiliary power outlet wire connector

The rear power window switch

The left side instrument panel end cap

The left side wire connectors

The brake pedal support bracket

The steering column with a new pinch bolt

The steering column wire connectors

The left lower instrument panel bezel

The HVAC control unit

The center bezel

The front power window switch

The left and right A pillar trim moldings

The negative battery cable

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Recharge the A/C system.

Start the vehicle and verify proper system operations.

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