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Metra 95-7510 Black Double DIN Stereo Dash Kit for 2004-08 Mazda RX-8

Stock bajo
Precio original $0.00 - Precio original $0.00
Precio original $0.00
$208.90 - $208.90
Precio actual $208.90
Double DIN radio provision
Stacked ISO radio provision
Black finish
Designed specifically for installation of double DIN radios or two single DIN radios
ISO mounts with Metra patented Quick Release brackets include a custom trimplate
Provides a recessed DIN mount with a molded pocket
Contoured and textured to match factory dash
Painted to match matte black factory color and texture
Custom design allows retention of factory climate controls in their original location
Custom design allows retention of factory hazard button in the original location
Comprehensive instruction manual including step by step disassembly and assembly
Now compatible with auto climate vehicles (start the vehicle and hold the AUTO button for 10 seconds to program the kit to function in these vehicles)
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for Part 95-7510.pdf

Compatible With
Mazda RX-8 2004-2008

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
Harness included
Antenna Adapter: Not required

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
Socket set
Small flat blade screwdriver
Cutting tool

Radio/Climate control housing
Radio brackets
Rear support
Wiring harnesses
(2) Climate control extension harnesses
(4) Plastic panel clips

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