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Metra 99-7301 Single DIN Dash Multi-Kit for Select Hyundai/Mitsubishi

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Professional Installer Series TurboKit offers quick conversion from 2-shaft to Single DIN
Designed to mount precisely to OEM radio mounting positions for a professionally installed look
High-grade ABS plastic
Comprehensive instruction manual
Now includes the 99-7308 TurboKit
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for 99-7301.pdf

Compatible With
Hyundai Accent 1995-2005
Hyundai Elantra 1992-1995
Hyundai Excel 1986-1994
Hyundai Scoupe 1991-1995
Hyundai Sonata (Single DIN) 1995-1998
Hyundai Tiburon 1997-2002
Mitsubishi Precis 1986-1993

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
70-7301 - Hyundai/KIA harness 1999-2008; 70-7300 - Hyundai harness 1990-2001; 70-1736 - Hyundai/Mitsubishi harness 1986-1994
Antenna Adapter: No antenna adapter needed

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Phillips screwdriver
Cutting tool

Radio Housing "A"
Radio Housing "B"
Radio Housing "C"
Radio Housing "D"
Spacer Set "A"
Spacer Set
(4) Plugs
(4) Oval-Head Screw
(4) Washers
(4) Pan-Head Screws
Installation Instructions

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