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Metra 99-3000R Red Single DIN Dash Kit for Select 88-94 Chevrolet/GMC

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Metra 99-3000R Red Single DIN Stereo Dash Kit for Select 1988-1994 Chevrolet/GMC

MPN: 99-3000R
Condition: New

DIN head unit provision
ISO head unit provision
Aftermarket radio dash kit
Replaces the OEM radio bezel and allow the installation of an aftermarket radio
Automotive-grade ABS plastic provides factory finish
Utilizes factory AC vents and clips
Snap-in quick release ISO mount brackets
Colors are matched to factory dash but may vary slightly in color

Installation Instructions for Part 99-3000R.pdf

Compatible With

Full size Blazer 1992-1994
Full size pickup 1988-1994
Suburban 1992-1994

C-Series 1988-1994
Suburban 1992-1994
Yukon 1992-1994

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness:
70-1858 - GM harness 1987-2005
Antenna Adapter: 40-GM10 - GM antenna adapter

Tools Required (sold separately)
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
Small flat blade screwdriver
Cutting tool

Radio housing
ISO brackets

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