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Metra 99-5824CH Single/Double DIN Dash Kit for 2010-12 Ford Transit Charcoal

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Metra 99-5824CH Single/Double DIN Dash Kit

Single/Double DIN Charcoal Stereo Dash Kit (99-5824CH) by Metra¬ģ. Used to install a universal single or double DIN stereo which is approximately 2" or 4" high. When you need to install a double-DIN radio or single-DIN radio with a pocket in the dash of your vehicle, this stereo dash kit is what the doctor ordered. Made of premium quality ABS plastic, the product ensures extra durability for long-lasting service life. Designed to provide a precise fit, this kit will fit the factory dash contours ideally, with no gaps between the dash and the kit.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-5824CH.pdf


  • Made of OEM quality ABS plastic designed to leave no gaps between the dash and the kit
  • DIN Head unit provisions with pocket
  • ISO DIN Head unit provision with pocket
  • DDIN Head unit provision
  • Painted Charcoal to Match Factory
  • Expertly crafted from superior materials
  • Provides exceptional reliability
  • Ensures everlasting service life 

Vehicle Fitment:

Transit Connect 2010 - 2012

Other applications not found in North America

  • Focus 2005- up
  • Focus C-Max 2005- up
  • Fiesta 2006- up
  • Fusion 2006- up
  • Galaxy 2006- up
  • Kuga 2008- up
  • S-Max 2006-up
  • Transit 2006-up

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