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- Proposition 65
ISO Single DIN radio provisions with pocket
Double DIN radio provisions
Painted Grey to Match the Factory Finish
Will Work with Single Zone or Dual Zone Climate Control Models and Will Retain Dual Zone Climate Controls
Wiring Harness Included with kit
Includes 88-00-7803 Pocket (Highly Recommended as the OE Pocket Will Not Close Properly)
Painted gray to match the factory finish
Compatible with 2003-2007 Honda Accord (Non-NAV models) Vehicles
Panel removal tool, Phillips screwdriver and Socket Wrench tools needed for installation (sold separately)
Includes (1) One Radio Housing Trim Panel, (2) Two Radio Brackets, (1) One Pocket, (2) Two Panel Clip Legs, (2) Two Panel Clips, (2) Twp Speed clips, (2) Two #10 x 3/4" Phillips screws, (4) Four #4 x 3/8" Phillips screws, (8) Eight #8 x 3/8" truss head screws (four for pocket, four for brackets to housing), (1) One Wiring Harness, (1) One 88-00-7803 Lower Pocket and (1) One Installation Instructions
99-7803G Wiring Instructions.pdf
Honda Accord 2003-2007 (Non-NAV models)
Tools Needed (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
(1) One Radio Housing Trim Panel
(2) Two Radio Brackets
(1) One Pocket
(2) Two Panel Clip Legs
(2) Two Panel Clips
(2) Twp Speed clips
(2) Two #10 x 3/4" Phillips screws
(4) Four #4 x 3/8" Phillips screws
(8) Eight #8 x 3/8" truss head screws (four for pocket, four for brackets to housing)
(1) One Wiring Harness
(1) One 88-00-7803 Lower Pocket
(1) One Installation Instructions
What is Proposition 65?
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