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Metra 99-7379HG 1 or 2DIN Dash Kit for Select 13-15 Hyundai Elantra GT

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Metra 99-7380HG 1 or 2-DIN Radio Dash Kit for Select '13-'15 Hyundai Elantra GT

Brand: Metra
MPN: 99-7379HG
Condition: New

ISO DDIN radio provision
ISO DIN radio provision with pocket
Radio trim panel is painted gloss black to match factory finish

This kit provides the ability to install an ISO
DIN radio with pocket, as well an ISO DDIN
aftermarket radio. Use with vehicles equipped
with factory navigation. Painted high gloss black
to match the original factory appearance.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7379HG.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

Compatible with
Hyundai 2013-2015 Hyundai Elantra GT

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

Wiring Harness: 70-7304
Antenna Adapter: Not required
Contact us for premium options

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

Radio trim panel
Radio brackets
(8) #8 x 3/8” Phillips screws

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