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Metra 108-FD6CH for Pioneer DMH-C5500NEX 8" Radios Dash Kit for Ford Mustang 2015-UP

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Metra 108-FD6CH for Pioneer DMH-C5500NEX 8" Radios Dash Kit for Ford Mustang 2015-UP

Designed specifically for the Pioneer DMH-C5500NEX 8-inch radio

Install an 8-inch aftermarket Pioneer radio (not included) using this Metra premium dash kit. Compatibility with select Ford Mustang vehicles offers a seamless fit, while the integrated touchscreen display on the trim panel supports responsive interaction. This Metra premium dash kit includes instructions, panel clips, and screws for simple installation.

Compatible with 2015 or later Ford Mustang
For use in your existing vehicle.
Charcoal finish
Blends with your vehicle's dash for a seamless appearance.

Installation Instructions for Part 108-FD6CH.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • Fits 2015 - UP Ford Mustang
  • Touchscreen display for climate and personalization features
  • Included interface for climate and steering wheel functions
  • Integrated passenger airbag indicator
  • Painted charcoal
  • Double DIN Radio Provision for easy installation of car radios
  • High-grade ABS plastic construction

  • Radio trim panel
  • Brackets
  • Hardware
  • (2) Panel Clips
  • USB cable
  • Antenna adapter
  • HVAC interface
  • Engine start/stop circuit board and cover
  • (6) #4 x 1/2” Phillips screws

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