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Axxess AX-TOYRSAV RSE Retention Wire Harness for Select 2007-10 Toyota

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Axxess AX-TOYRSAV RSE Retention Wire Harness for Select 2007-10 Toyota

Brand: Axxess
Condition: New

Designed to provide an audio/video input to the OEM overhead video screen from the aftermarket radio
Retains rear seat entertainment audio and video
Aftermarket radio must have audio in/video in
Compatible with Toyota 4-Runner (NAV Models) 2008-2009, Toyota Highlander (NAV Models) 2008-2010, Toyota Sequoia (NAV Models) 2008-2009, Toyota Sienna (NAV Models) 2008-2010 and Toyota Tundra (NAV Models) 2007-2009 Vehicles
Includes AX-TOYRSAV Harness
Cutting Tool, Tape, Crimping Tool and Connectors (i.e. butt-connectors, bell caps, etc.) Tools Needed (sold separately)
Authorized Dealer

Instruction Manual
Product Information Sheet

Compatible With
Toyota 4-Runner (NAV Models) 2008-2009
Toyota Highlander (NAV Models) 2008-2010
Toyota Sequoia (NAV Models) 2008-2009
Toyota Sienna (NAV Models) 2008-2010
Toyota Tundra (NAV Models) 2007-2009

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Cutting Tool
Crimping Tool
Connectors (i.e. butt-connectors, bell caps, etc.)


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