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Metra 95-3017B Black Double DIN Dash Kit for 2015-up Chevrolet Trax

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Metra 95-3017B Black Double DIN Dash Kit for 2015-up Chevrolet Trax

ISO Double DIN radio provision
Painted to match factory finish
Designed specifically for Double DIN installations
Painted scratch resistant matte black to match the factory color and finish
Custom design retains the factory climate vents in their original location
Compatible with 2015-up Chevrolet Trax Vehicles
Includes (1) One Radio trim panel, (2) Two Radio brackets and (1) One Installation Instructions
Panel removal tool, Phillips screwdriver and Socket wrench needed (sold separately)
Authorized Dealer

95-3017B Info.pdf
95-3017B Kit Assembly.pdf
95-3017B Dash Disassembly.pdf

Compatible With
Chevrolet Trax 2015-up

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
LC-GMRC-044 or AX-ADBOX2 and AX-ADGM04
Antenna Adapter: 40-EU55

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
Socket wrench

(1) One Radio trim panel
(2) Two Radio brackets
(1) One Installation Instructions

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