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Raptor MZ-7903 OEM to Aftermarket Stereo Harness for Select 01-15 Mazda

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Raptor MZ7903 OEM to Aftermarket Stereo Harness for Select 01-15 Mazda

Brand: Raptor
MPN: MZ7903
Condition: New

Harness for installing an aftermarket radio
Power and 4 speakers
Compatible with Mazda2 2011-2014, Mazda3 2004-2013, Mazda5 2006-2015, Mazda6 2009-2015, Mazda 626 2001-2002, Mazda CX-5 2013-2015, Mazda CX-7 2007-2012, Mazda CX-9 2007-2010, 2013-2015, Mzda MX-5 Miata 2001-2015, Mazda Millenia 2002, Mazda MPV Van 2003-2006, Mazda Protégé/ Protégé5/ MP3 2001-2004, Mazda Tribute 2002-2006 and Mazda RX8 2009-2011 Vehicles
Same as Metra 70-7903
Authorized Dealer

Compatible With
Mazda2 2011-2014
Mazda3 2004-2013
Mazda5 2006-2015
Mazda6 2009-2015
Mazda 626 2001-2002
Mazda CX-5 2013-2015
Mazda CX-7 2007-2012
Mazda CX-9 2007-2010, 2013-2015
Mzda MX-5 Miata 2001-2015
Mazda Millenia 2002
Mazda MPV Van 2003-2006
Mazda Protégé/ Protégé5/ MP3 2001-2004
Mazda Tribute 2002-2006
Mazda RX8 2009-2011

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