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Metra 95-9110B 2DIN Dash Kit for 2009-2016 Audi A4 (8K) A5 (8TF/8/F7/8TA) Vehicles

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Metra 95-9110B 2DIN Dash Kit for 2009-2016 Audi A4 (8K) A5 (8TF/8/F7/8TA) Vehicles

Install a double-DIN radio system in your car with this Metra 95-9110B dash kit. The painted matte black finish blends with the dashboard for a seamless look, while compatibility with select Audi A4 and A5 vehicles ensures seamless integration. This Metra dash kit includes a steering wheel control interface, wiring harness and antenna adapter for a complete installation.

Installation Instructions for Part 95-9110B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • (without MMI / without factory amplifier / Dual zone HVAC only)
  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Includes all necessary data interfaces, wiring harnesses, and antenna adapter, for a complete installation
  • Info Adapter kit, retains information on display
  • Painted matte black

Vehicle Fitment:

  • Audi (without MMI/without factory amplifier/dual zone only, excluding 2009 convertible)
  • A4 (8K) 2009-2016
  • A5 (8TF/8/F7/8TA) 2009-2016

  • Radio trim panel
  • Radio brackets
  • 8 x radio screws
  • 2 x panel clips
  • AXSWC/camera retention wiring harness
  • Axxess interface and wiring harness
  • Antenna adapter

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