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Metra 99-5853CH Single or Double DIN Dash Kit for FORD Mustang 2010-2014 (with single-zone climate controls) - TurboTactile

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Metra 99-5853CH Single or Double DIN Dash Kit for FORD Mustang 2010-2014 (with single-zone manual climate controls) - TurboTactile

Factory style hard buttons with laser-etched graphics to retain and control most climate functions normally lost when removing the factory radio
Easy to use rotary knobs with LCD status display for temp and fan speed
Parts included for installation of Single-DIN and Double-DIN radios
Retains steering wheel functionality – no need to purchase and install a separate steering wheel control interface
Integrated hazard button and passenger airbag indicator
Painted charcoal with a matte black center to match the factory finish

Installation Instructions for Part 99-5853CH.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

Wiring Harness: Axxess interface built into kit
Antenna Adapter: Included with kit
Steering wheel control interface: Included with kit

compatible with Ford Mustang 2010-2014 (with single zone, manual climate control)

TOOLS REQUIRED (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
9/32” socket wrench

Radio trim panel
Radio brackets
(4) Panel clips
(2) #8 x 3/8” Phillips pan-head screws
(4) #8 x 3/8” Phillips truss-head screws
Wiring harness
Antenna adapter

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