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2006 Outback Center Console Removal

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#1 JRPage3


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Posted 02 January 2006 - 03:23 PM

Has anyone come across a good set of visual instructions for taking apart the center console of a 2006 2.5i Outback? I need to install an radio antenna splitter for a scanner and need to access the rear of the radio. All the instructions I have found on Subaruparts.com, etc. seem to deal with the earlier model years.


#2 Andyjo


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Posted 02 January 2006 - 03:36 PM

you pretty much find screws and un-screw them... in my imp. you have to start with the rear part of that whole system... inbetween the seats, and work your way forward, getting all the trim off.

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