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Metra 95-9311B Matte Black Double DIN Dash Kit for Select 1999-06 BMW
ISO Double DIN radio provision
Painted matte black
Relocates factory climate control and switches
For factory switch panel with one opening
Compatible with 1999-2005 BMW 3-Series, 2006 BMW 3-Series (Coupe, Convertible) and 2001-2006 BMW M3 (for factory switch panel with one long opening) Vehicles
Includes (1) One Radio trim panel, (1) One Back up housing, (2) Two Radio brackets, (1) One Climate and switch panel housing, (1) One Climate bracket, (4) Four #8 x 1/2" Phillips screws, (2) Two #8 x 3/8" Phillips screws, (2) Two panel clips and (1) One Installation Instructions
Panel removal tool, Phillips screwdriver and Pick tool Tools Needed (sold separately)
BMW 3-Series 1999-2005
BMW 3-Series (Coupe, Convertible) 2006
BMW M3 (for factory switch panel with one long opening) 2001-2006
Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness: 70-8590; 70-9003 (nav models 02-06)
Antenna Adapter: 40-VW10; 40-EU10 (nav models 02-06)
Tools Needed (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
(1) One Radio trim panel
(1) One Back up housing
(2) Two Radio brackets
(1) One Climate and switch panel housing
(1) One Climate bracket
(4) Four #8 x 1/2" Phillips screws
(2) Two #8 x 3/8" Phillips screws
(2) Two panel clips
(1) One Installation Instructions
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