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Metra 98-8999 Pocket for Select 93-13 Mitsubishi/Subaru/VW Vehicles

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Allows a single DIN or ISO mount radio installation in a double DIN opening
Fits under radio and matches factory opening perfectly
Holds Three CD Jewel Cases
Includes a storage pocket below the radio
Painted to match factory dash color
Factory style texture
Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances, resulting in a gapless fit between the dash and the kit

Volkswagen Pocket Trim Plate
Subaru Pocket Trim Plate
Mitsubishi Trim Plate
(2) Volkswagen Brackets
(2) Left Brackets
(2) Right Brackets
(4) #8 x 1/4” Phillips Pan Head Screws
(6) #6 x 1/4”Phillips Flat Head Screws

Compatible With
Mitsubishi Diamante 1997-2004
Mitsubishi Galant (with manual climate controls) 2004-2013
Subaru BAJA 2003-2005
Subaru Forester 1998-2008
Subaru Impreza 1993-2007
Subaru Impreza/Outback 2000-2004
Subaru Impreza/WRX 2002-2005
Subaru Legacy 1995-2003
Subaru Legacy Outback 1995-1999
Subaru Outback Sport 2005-2006
Subaru Outback 2000-2004
Volkswagen Gold 2001-2005
Volkswagen Jetta (no including new A5) 2001-2005
Volkswagen Passat 2001-2005

Installation Instructions for Part 98-8999.pdf

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