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Metra 99-7346B Single or Double DIN Dash Kit for Hyundai Elantra 2011 - 2013

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Metra 99-7346B Single or Double DIN Dash Kit for Hyundai Elantra 2011 - 2013

Brand: Metra
MPN: 99-7346B
Condition: New

This kit provides the ability to install an ISO
DIN radio with pocket, as well an ISO DDIN
aftermarket radio.

WIRING & ANTENNA CONNECTIONS (sold separately)
- Wiring Harness: 70-7304
- AX-HYKIA1-SWC
- AX-HYKIA-SPDIF (for amplified models)
- Antenna Adapter: Not required

Installation Instructions for 99-7346B.pdf

Features:

  • Stereo installation kit designed to fit any standard 2” or 4” tall aftermarket radio
  • Painted scratch-resistant matte black
  • Made from the highest quality ABS plastic for an original factory-like fit and finish
  • Includes brackets and hardware parts needed with detailed installation instructions
  • A tech support number is available for installation help 7 days a week

TOOLS REQUIRED (sold separately)
- Panel removal tool
- Phillips screwdriver
- Socket wrench

Applications
- Hyundai
- Elantra 2011-2013

*Please contact us for up to date vehicle applications

KIT COMPONENTS
- Radiotrim panel
- Radiobrackets
- Pocket
- (4)#8x3/8” Truss-head Phillips screws

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