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Metra 99-3002 Single DIN Dash Kit for Select Cadillac/Chevrolet/GMC

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Single DIN and ISO DIN radio provisions
Various mounting depth alternatives
Quick conversion from Single DIN to 2-shaft with snap-in style shaft supports
Includes a recessed DIN opening
Specially designed for ISO mount radio with ISO trim ring
Radio side support is provided by our patented Side Arm Support System
High-grade ABS plastic with factory texturing to the dash is required
Authorized Dealer

Installation Instructions for 99-3002.pdf

Compatible With
Cadillac Escalade 1999-2002
Cadillac EXT 2002
Chevrolet Astro 1996-2005
Chevrolet Avalanche 2002
Chevrolet Express (full size van) 1996-2000
Chevrolet Full size pickup 1995-2002
Chevrolet Suburban 1995-2002
Chevrolet Tahoe 1995-2002
GMC Safari 1996-2005
GMC Sierra 1995-2002
GMC Suburban 1995-1999
GMC Savana 1996-2000
GMC Yukon 1995-2002
GMC Yukon XL 2001-2002

Wiring & Antenna Connections (sold separately)
Wiring Harness: 
70-1858 - GM harness 1987-2005
Antenna Adapter: 40-GM10 - GM antenna adapter 1988-up

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Phillips screwdriver
Cutting tool
Socket wrench

Radio housing
Snap spacers
ISO DIN brackets
(4) 5mm Flat head screws
Tape strips
(2) #6 Self tapping screws
Installation Instructions

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