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Metra 99-3306 1 or 2 DIN Dash Kit w/ Wire Harness & Antenna Adapter for 2007-2008 Chevrolet G3

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Metra 99-3306 1 or 2 DIN Dash Kit  w/ Wire Harness & Antenna Adapter for 2007-2008 Chevrolet Aveo/Pontiac G3 Vehicles

This mounting kit lets you install a standard-sized (2" tall) or double-DIN (4" tall) aftermarket stereo in your vehicle's dash opening.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-3306.pdf


  • Stereo installation kit with a recessed opening designed to fit any standard 2" or 4" tall aftermarket radio utilizing our patented quick-release, snap-in ISO mount system with custom trim ring
  • Contoured and textured to match factory dash
  • Storage pocket comes with built-in radio supports
  • Made from the highest quality ABS plastic for an original factory-like fit and finish
  • Includes brackets and hardware parts needed with detailed installation instructions
  • Does not retain any warning chimes/onStar
  • No 12 volt accessory output
  • Antenna to Radio Adapter Cable
  • Adapter to aftermarket radio

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