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Metra 99-3030B Single or Double DIN Kit For Select 2004-2009 Cadillac XLR

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Metra 99-3030B Single or Double DIN Kit

The Metra 99-3030B dash and wiring kit allows you to install a new single-DIN (2" tall) or double-DIN (4" tall) aftermarket stereo in your vehicle's dash opening. while maintaining your vehicle's steering wheel audio controls, climate controls, OnStar, warning chimes, Retained Accessory Power (R.A.P.), and other factory features.  

Installation Instructions for Part 99-3030B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf

  • install a new single- or double-DIN car stereo and retain your vehicle's factory features
  • retains the use of your steering wheel audio controls with the included ASWC-1 module
  • retains OnStar, factory amp, Bluetooth, warning chimes, and balance and fade controls
  • retains 12-volt accessory power and Retained Accessory Power (R.A.P.)

  • Metra 99-3030B Dash and Wiring Kit owner's manual
  • Radio housing
  • 2 Climate control trim-panels
  • Pocket
  • Twelve #8 x 3/8" screws
  • 6 Panel-clips
  • Radio replacement interface module
  • Steering wheel control interface module
  • Vehicle harness
  • Interface harness
  • SWC harness
  • SWC adapter
  • Jumper harness
  • Antenna adapter
  • Installation Instructions

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