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2000 Subaru Legacy Station Wagon Factory Stereo removal

I just bought a new stereo and thought it would be an easy swap. Nope.
Do I need to disassemble the center console to extract the thing? If so, could you point me to a set of instructions? Thanks much.
-John

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