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Metra BT-HD01 Bluetooth Interface for Select Harley Davidson Radio

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Original price $199.86 - Original price $199.86
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$199.86 - $199.86
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Metra BT-HD01 Radio Bluetooth Interface for Select Harley Davidson

Brand: Metra
Condition: New

Adds Bluetooth audio streaming to the factory radio
Can be operated with the handlebar controls
Will play/pause with ignition on/off
Will show up on the factory radio as HDBT
Compatible with select Harley Davidson Electra Glide, Street Glide and Road Glide Vehicles with Advanced Radio
Includes BT-HD01 interface, BT-HD01 harness, 4ft Waterproof USB cable and Installation Instructions
Wire cutter, Crimp tool, Solder gun, Tape, Torx driver and Connectors (example: butt-connectors, bell caps, etc.) Tools Needed (sold separately)
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Compatible With (with Advanced Radio)
Harley Davidson Electra Glide 2006-2013
Harley Davidson Street Glide 2006-2013
Harley Davidson Road Glide 2006-2013

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Wire cutter
Crimp tool
Solder gun
Torx driver
Connectors (example: butt-connectors, bell caps, etc.)

(1) One BT-HD01 interface
(1) One BT-HD01 harness
(1) One 4ft Waterproof USB cable
(1) One Installation Instructions

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