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Metra 72-8109 Speaker Connector for Select Toyota 2020 Vehicles Pair

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Metra 72-8109 Speaker Connector for Toyota 2020 (Pair)

These harnesses will allow you to plug your new speakers into the factory connectors present in your vehicle's speaker openings.

Note: Some aftermarket speakers have terminals that are wider than this harness's slide-on connectors. You may need to widen the harness's female slide-on connectors, or use the slide terminals that may be included with the speakers.


  • Manufactured from premium materials for immense quality
  • Made to be tough-as-nails to survive punishing conditions
  • Will provide years of reliable function and superior value
  • Toyota 2020 speaker harness
  • Sold as pair

Vehicle Fitment:


  • 4Runner 2020
  • Avalon 2020
  • Avanza 2020
  • C-HR 2020
  • Camry 2020
  • Corolla 2020
  • Hi-Lux 2020
  • Hiace 2020
  • Highlander 2020
  • Land Cruiser 2020
  • Prado 2020
  • Prius 2020
  • RAV4 2020
  • Sequoia 2020
  • Sienna 2020
  • Supra 2020
  • Tacoma 2020
  • Tundra 2020
  • Yaris 2020
  • 86 2020 

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