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Metra 99-6536S 1-2DIN Dash Kit Jeep Grand Cherokee'14-up(Silver Trim)

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Original price $312.16 - Original price $312.16
Original price
$312.16 - $312.16
Current price $312.16

Metra 99-6536BZ 1 or 2-DIN Dash Kit Jeep Grand Cherokee 2014-up (Bronze Trim)

Brand: Metra
MPN: 99-6536BZ
Condition: New

ISO DIN radio provision with pocket
ISO DDIN radio provision
Touchscreen display for climate and personalization features
Painted: Silver Trim
Also available in Silver Trim – See part 99-6536S

Installation Instructions for Part 99-6536S.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf
TurboTouch SWC Technical_Document.pdf

Compatible with:
2014-Up Jeep Grand Cherokee

Note: Contact us for up-to-date vehicle specific applications.

Wiring and Antenna Connections:

Axxess interface and harness included
Antenna Adapter:
40-EU55 (sold separately)

Tools Required(sold separately):
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
9/32”Socket wrench
5.5mm socket wrench

-Radio trim panel with touchscreen display
-Radio brackets
-(4) #8 x 3/8” Phillips screws
-(10) Panel clips
-HVAC interface and wiring harness

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