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Metra 95-7807 Dark Charcoal Double DIN Dash Kit for Select 08-12 Honda

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Metra 95-7807 Dark Charcoal Double DIN Dash Kit for Select 08-12 Honda

Brand: Metra
MPN: 95-7807
Condition: New

ISO Double DIN Radio Provision
Painted Dark Charcoal
Compatible with Honda Accord 2008-2012, Accord Crosstour 2010-2011 and Crosstour (equipped with factory navigation) 2012 Vehicles
Includes (1) One Radio housing trim panel, (2) Two Brackets, (10) Ten #8 x 1/2" Phillips screws and (1) One Installation Instructions
Panel removal tool and Phillips screwdriver Tools Needed (sold separately)
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for Part 95-7807 .pdf

Compatible With
Honda Accord 2008-2012
Honda Accord Crosstour 2010-2011
Honda Crosstour (equipped with factory navigation) 2012

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
70-1730 premium sound harness
Antenna Adapter: 40-HD10

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver

(1) One Radio housing trim panel
(2) Two Brackets
(10) Ten #8 x 1/2" Phillips screws
(1) One Installation Instructions

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