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Metra 99-7388HG 1-2 DIN Dash Kit for select 2014-2019 KIA Soul (w/ Factory Nav)

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Metra 99-7388HG Single or Double DIN Dash Kit for select 2014-2019 KIA Soul (w/ Factory NAV), Gloss Black

  • 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.
  • Includes climate display for fan speed, mode, and temp, which was displayed on the factory radio.

Wiring & Antenna Connections:
Wiring Harness: Included with kit
Antenna Adapter: Included with kit
Steering wheel control interface: Included with kit
12v to 6v camera step-down: AX-CAM6V Included with kit

Kit Components:
Radio/climate trim panel with climate display
Radio brackets
Heated seat blank plugs
(4) #8 x 3/8” Phillips screws
(6) Panel clips
Axxess interface and wiring harness

Tools Required:
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver

KIA Soul 2014-2019 (with factory navigation)

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It is very important that you have this kit installed by a professional installer.
Warranty can and will be void if this kit is altered and not installed by a professional.

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