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Metra 99-5838CH Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for 2015-up Ford Mustang

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Original price $415.88 - Original price $415.88
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$415.88 - $415.88
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Metra 99-5838CH 1-2DIN Turbo Touch Dash Kit for Ford Mustang(w/4.2"screen) 2015-up

Brand: Metra
MPN: 99-5838CH
Condition: New

This kit provides the ability to install either an ISO DIN radio with pocket, or an ISO DDIN radio, and
provides a touchscreen display so the factory climate information and driver customization menus are
accessible. Painted charcoal to match factory finish.

-Panel removal tool
-Phillips screwdriver
-9/32” socket wrench

Installation Instructions for Part 99-5838CH.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf
TurboTouch SWC Technical Document.pdf

Compatible with:
Ford Mustang 2015-up(w/4.2" screen)
*Please contact us for up-to-date vehicle applications

Wiring and Antenna Connections:
: Axxess Vehicle HVAC Interface &
Wiring Harness included
Antenna Adapter: 40-EU10 (sold separately)

-Radio Trim Panel with Touchscreen
-Radio Brackets
-Sync Brackets
-Engine Start/Stop Circuit Board and Cover
-(4) #8 x 3/4” Phillips Screws
-(2) #10 x 3/4” Phillips Screws
-(2) #10 Panel Clips
-USB Cable
-Built-in ASWC-1 Technology Retains Factory
 Steering Wheel Controls

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