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Metra 95-7417 Double DIN Dash Kit for Select Infiniti/Mercury/Nissan

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Original price $15.16 - Original price $15.16
Original price
$15.16
$15.16 - $15.16
Current price $15.16

Double DIN Head Unit Provision
Stacked ISO DIN Head Unit Provision
For ISO and DIN mount applications
Accommodates two CD jewel cases in pocket
Contoured to match factory dashboard
High grade ABS plastic
Comprehensive instruction manual
All necessary hardware included for easy installation
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for Part 95-7417.pdf

Compatible With
Infiniti I-30 1996-1999
Mercury Villager 1993-2002
Nissan 200SX/240SX 1995-1998
Nissan Altima 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 1998-2004
Nissan Maxima 1995-1999
*Nissan Maxima 2000-2003
Nissan Pathfinder 1996-2004
Nissan QX4 1997-2000
Nissan Quest 1993-2003
Nissan Sentra 1995-1999
Nissan Xterra 2000-2004

*Note: Fits all models EXCEPT the Bose and Comfort & Convenience pkg

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Cutting Tool
Phillips Screwdriver
Socket Wrench

Double DIN Trim plate
Double DIN Brackets
Installation Instructions

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