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Metra 95-5812 2-DIN Dash Multi-Kit for Select Ford/Lincoln/Mercury

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Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances, resulting in a gapless fit between the dash and the kit
High-grade ABS plastic construction
Install dash kit for Double DIN/ISO Radios
Painted to match factory dash color
Factory style texture

Radio housing (double DIN & stacked ISO DIN)
Double DIN brackets
(4) Screws

Compatible With
Ford Edge 2007-2010
Ford Expedition 2007-up
Ford Explorer 2006-2010
Ford Explorer Sport Trac 2007-2010
Ford F-150 2004-2008
Ford F-250/F-350/F-450/F-550 2005-up
Ford F-650/F-750 2011-up
Ford E-Series 2009-up
Ford F-Series Super Duty 2005-up
Ford Five-Hundred 2005-2007
Ford Focus 2005-2007
Ford FreeStar 2004-2007
Ford Freestyle 2005-2007
Ford Fusion 2006-2009
Ford Mustang 2005-2009
Ford Taurus 2008-2009
Ford Taurus X 2008-2009
Ford Transit 2012-up
Lincoln Mark LT 2006-2008
Lincoln MKX with Nav 2007-2010
Lincoln Navigator with Nav 2007-up
Mercury Monterey 2004-2007
Mercury Milan 2006-2009
Mercury Montego 2005-2007
Mercury Mountaineer 2006-2010
Mercury Sable 2008-2009

Tools Needed
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
Socket wrench

Installation Instructions for Part 95-5812.pdf

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