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Metra 99-6525B Single or Double DIN Dash Kit for select 2011-2014 Chrysler 300

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Metra 99-6525B Single or Double DIN Dash Kit for select 2011-2014 Chrysler 300 - Matte Black

Brand: Metra
MPN: 99-6525B
Condition: New

This kit provides the ability to install an ISO DIN radio with pocket, as well an ISO DDIN radio replacement
Integrated buttons and included interface for climate functions

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

Kit Components:
Radio trim panel with climate controls
Radio brackets
Lower support bracket
(2) Metal panel clips
(2) Plastic panel clips
(2) #8 x 3/8" Phillips pan-head screws
(2) #8 x 1/2" Phillips countersunk flat-head screws
Climate extension cable
Axxess interface and wiring harness

Tools Required: (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
T-30 Torx driver

Chrysler 300 2011-2014

*Please contact us for up to date vehicle applications

It is very important that you have this kit installed by a professional installer.
Warranty can and will be void if this kit is altered and not installed by a professional.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-6525B.pdf

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