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Metra 95-8732B Double DIN Car Stereo Dash Kit 2003 2009 Mercedes Benz E-Class

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Metra 95-8732B Double DIN Car Stereo Dash Kit

The Metra 95-8732B dash kit allows you to install a double-DIN (4" tall) car stereo in the dash opening of your 2003-2009 Mercedes E-Class sedan or wagon. The kit's painted matte black finish matches your factory dash.

Installation Instructions for Part 95-8732B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

  • Single DIN Radio Provision for easy installation of car radios
  • Double DIN Radio Provision for easy installation of car radios
  • Accommodates ISO Single DIN mount with pocket
  • Accommodates ISO Double DIN mount
  • Accommodates stacked single DIN radio's
  • Integrated pocket below radio
  • High-grade ABS plastic construction
  • Factory style fine texture
  • Painted Matte Black to match vehicle's factory center console trim
  • Metra Install kits are manufactured from OEM quality ABS plastic designed to leave no gaps between the dash and the kit.
  • Instruction Manual - Metra 95-8732B Double DIN Car Stereo Dash Kit

Vehicle Fitment

Mercedes Benz

  • 2003 - 2009 Mercedes Benz E-Class

  • Metra 95-8732B Dash Kit owner's manual
  • Radio bezel
  • 2 Brackets
  • 4 Screws
  • Installation Instructions

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