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Metra 99-3010S Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for 2010-up Chevrolet Camaro

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Blue LED illumination climate control display with soft touch buttons
The kit controls the layout and retains controls for the heated seats, hazard lights, and lock/unlock
All software is flash updateable to accommodate for future changes
Designed and manufactured with precision tolerances, resulting in a gapless fit between the dash and the kit
High-grade ABS plastic construction
USB updatable with Axxess USB-CAB
Install dash kit for Single DIN/ISO Radios
Large sweeping panel is designed with a factory look
Fully retains the full functionality of the climate control system
Included the interface to retain all audio and Onstar system functions
Includes a storage pocket below the radio
Painted Silver to match factory dash color
Factory style texture
Compatible with 2010-up Chevrolet Camaro Vehicles

Radio trim panel
Radio housing
ISO brackets
ISO trim plate
Double DIN brackets
Double DIN trim plate

Tools Needed
Panel removal tool
Phillips screwdriver
Socket wrench

Installation Instructions for Part 99-3010S.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

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