Sure, turn that wheel out, then there’s a series of push rivets (or pop clips) to remove, which is easy enough with a medium sized flat blade screwdriver, but expect to have to replace a few as they go brittle with age. The liner has a kind of fold at the top the arch, I didn’t remove the liner, just took out enough clips (about six) in the arch, and where the liner wraps under the front bumper. There’s also some (I think) 10mm bolts here, but mine were rusted to hell, and when applying some torque either snapped or started spinning the clips. I left them alone, and so could really remove the liner, just push it down at the “fold”, and made enough space to get in.
your scenario there’s three possibilities
1) the hoses going to front/rear screen came loose, and with the liner bent you can reconnect them, they are just push fit. Least likely I’d say, as mine were on very tight
2) the pump was popped off the side of the tank during impact and the pump is now just hanging free. I think that’s most likely, as there’s no fittings or fixings to hold it in, just an interference fit into a rubber bung
3) the bottle split on impact, if yours is an older car it could be brittle. If this is the case you will need to remove the bumper, no way to replace it via the wheel arch.
hope that helps!
for me I tried to order a pump from my local Parker’s today, they wanted £64. Tried online and have one on the way for £20.