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Metra 99-7341B Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for Select Hyundai Tuscon

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Metra 99-7341B Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for Select Hyundai Tuscon

Brand: Metra
MPN: 99-7341B
Condition: New

ISO DIN Head Unit Provision With Pocket
DDIN Head Unit Provision
Painted Matte Black To Match Factory Dash

Compatible with:

Hyundai Tuscon (without 4.3” screen) 2010

Caution: Metra recommends disconnecting the
negative battery terminal before beginning any
installation. All accessories, switches, and especially
air bag indicator lights must be plugged in before
reconnecting the battery or cycling the ignition.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7341B.pdf

Wiring and Antenna Connections (sold separately):
Wiring Harness: 70-7304 or HYBL-03 (for models with NAV) or HYBL-04 or 40-KI11 (for models with NAV)
Antenna Adapter: Not required

Tools required (sold separately):
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
Socket Wrench

Radio trim panel
Radio Brackets
(4) 3/8” Phillips Head Screws

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